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comment Can a 10-speed mountain bike chain be used on a 10-speed road bike?
Your answer is much more well-researched than I would have been able to. I will see, to what extend the mentioned aspects reflect in performance in the next days.
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comment Can a 10-speed mountain bike chain be used on a 10-speed road bike?
Does your MTB have an 8-, 9-, or 10-speed cassette respectively chain?
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comment Can a 10-speed mountain bike chain be used on a 10-speed road bike?
I found a German vendor that states exactly the opposite: "nicht mit anderen, für Rennräder konzipierten 10-fach Schaltungen kompatibel" - "Not compatible with other gearshifts designed for road bikes" I guess vendors have an interest in selling specific parts and can therefore not be quoted as a reliable source.
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comment How to avoid turning the spokes while tuning the wheel
@trailmax: You may want to point that link to the paragrah about avoiding torsion.
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comment Is a headlight required to emit light to the sides?
You are right about the light getting soaked up. I rode through heavy fog the day before yesterday and at my usual distance, the light cone was not visible on the ground.