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accepted Why would one ever buy a 12-25 cassette when an 11-25 is available?
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comment Why would one ever buy a 12-25 cassette when an 11-25 is available?
Your logic is that 12 teeth wears slower than 11 teeth just because there are more teeth to handle the forces from the chain at any given time?
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comment Why would one ever buy a 12-25 cassette when an 11-25 is available?
Is the row along the top the number of teeth in the front chain ring?
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accepted Can a rear derailleur be used for either a 9 speed cassette or 10 speed cassette?
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comment Can you buy bulk shifting/brake cable for road bikes?
That makes complete sense, I'm not sure why I didn't think of that. I haven't ever really looked at that end of the cable very closely before. I assumed it was something that was crimped on.
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accepted Can you buy bulk shifting/brake cable for road bikes?
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comment Can a rear derailleur be used for either a 9 speed cassette or 10 speed cassette?
So it looks like I have a black Shimano 105 RD-5500, which Shimano lists as a 10 speed derailleur. So does this mean I can safely go from my 9 speed cassette to a 10 speed cassette?
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asked Can a rear derailleur be used for either a 9 speed cassette or 10 speed cassette?
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asked Do cassettes and chains need to be replaced at the same time?
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comment Bike Assembly - What all needs lubrication?
So even the bolts that attach the brakes to the frame should be greased? Also, where do you find information on torque requirements for different parts of the bike when using a torque wrench?