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PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2011 8:38 pm 
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Here's the other 2 pictures


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I would help but no where near :lol:


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From what i can see

Needs new cassette and thus chain
New chainrings (non removable so new cranks)
And new jockey wheels

Think you could get all that fairly cheap from here


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ok from what i can see, the jockey wheels on the rear mech are shot as is the large chain ring at the front. can't tell if the middle is ok or not, i'm guessing not.

half of the cassette looks to be ok but not much good having half a cassette.

so you already have cassette and chain links.

here is an ok crank set :- http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Mode ... elID=65426

as for jockey wheels it is almost as cheap to buy a new rear mech :- http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Mode ... elID=30990

or just some jockeys although not 100% on compatibility :- http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/10-Tooth-Bicy ... 3ef338c9dc

i'm sure there is someone about who could help with tools and expertise.


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Thanks for your help Khane I've also been told I need a front mech as well


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i'd be quite supprised if it did, front mech are quite robust in there simplicity.

unwrap the chain give the front mech a bit of a wipe down and take another couple of pics of it. :wink:


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Khane wrote:
i'd be quite supprised if it did, front mech are quite robust in there simplicity.

unwrap the chain give the front mech a bit of a wipe down and take another couple of pics of it. :wink:
The chain was only able to go onto the top cog on the front peddle. I've been told the front mech was knackered and really loose. It's dark outside now so will have to take a couple of further pictures tomorrow as I don't have a light in my shed.


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well beinig as the chain is snapped and you'd be needing a new one un knot it and bin it.

give it a quick wipe down so we can see whats what, no rush for pics :D


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