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If you ride a lot of steep hills and want to spare your knees you can have road shifters in the front and use a long cage RD and use a larger mountain cassette in the back. I've done this mixed set up with both SRAM Force (double) and Shimano Ultegra triple road gearing in the front and cage RD's in the back with mountain cassettes in 10 speed. I had a ...


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Actually the Look Delta are the oldest LOOK System i could buy in any shop. None of the shop owners/employees knew any other older system before keo. And the Deltas worked for all the old LOOK Pedals i had (i have 6 different old LOOK Pedals). Took them for a tiny spin (~40km) and had no problems whatsoever. Update: Got an E-Mail from a brand manager for ...


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Look Keo 2 and Look Keo are Look's current/previous range and they are compatible with each other. Look Delta are Look's earlier range. I'm afraid they are not compatible with Keo's or Keo 2's SPD-SL are Shimano's version of road pedals. These aren't compatible with Look products, (neither therefore are Look products compatible with them). Checking out ...


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In short: it depends. Chainrings tend to be much more compatible across gear counts than anything else in the drivetrain. It amounts to "does the chain fit", and when you're talking 8/9 speed the chain width is the same anyway, so yes, that will work. The real question is whether the bolt pattern is compatible between the two, because that's where the real ...



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