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On your particular shock, it is as you guessed just a cover to keep out dirt. Replacement parts for these shocks are generally not available. I would suggest a visit to a local hardware store and find a generic rubber /plastic plug that will fit in the hole.
The 2010 Tricross Sport needs the following standards met to have a compatible group set. 68mm BSA (British Standard) threaded bottom bracket. 34.9mm top clamp, bottom pull front derailleur Any SRAM or SHIMANO Road or Cyclocross group set will work if it meets these standards. If you choose an 11 speed group, you will need new wheels, since yours ...
There are a lot of things to check when doing a swap of your groupset. Some things off the top of my head: Hub/Freewheel compatibility: Since you are increasing the cassette size, you may have to get a different hub and/or freewheel. If the freewheel needs to be changed out, the new one may end up being a wider dimension, which will require a new hub ...
Check: Front Derailleur attachment type: Braze-on or clamp Bottom Bracket type: 68mm, BB30, etc Freehub compatibility (does it work with 11-speed?) General Notes: The freehub and bottom bracket definitely come into play if you're trying to move from Shimano or SRAM to Campagnolo (or the reverse). Aside from that, it's mainly an issue of if it works for ...
The short answer is yes. As @Criggie notes in his comment, the rear half of your shifting system is working. So there is no need to mess with it. The front derailleur and crank are both Shimano road product, so if you replace both from current 9 speed triple Shimano road product, you're pretty safe. The 9 speed part only matters to maintain chain rings ...
I'd not take this "statement from authority" as an absolute truth. Ask them to prove its impact damage. Depending on your location, there may be ombudsman services or small claims courts where you can pursue them for "failure to honour warranty contract" If the frame is replaced, they will keep the old one and you look after your new one. If the claim ...
It looks to me like you just lost the nut. A stainless steel nut and washer or a stainless steel nylock nut would work best for this application. These options would help prevent the nut from coming loose and falling off again. You could also try using threadlock to help secure the nut as well.
You need Leather washers in between the metal fender and frame. a washer and locking nut to secure the fixing bolt. For detailed instructions on metal fender install see the detailed Velo Oranges fender manual.
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