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PostPosted: Sun Nov 28, 2010 12:46 pm 
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Is SRAM compatible with what you've got?

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I think it is yes,x0 9 speed might be of interest,the dura ace is mental light so want something quite light in return.. :D


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marin man wrote:
I think it is yes,x0 9 speed might be of interest,the dura ace is mental light so want something quite light in return.. :D


Ive got a new (unused) 9 speed SRAM 11-32 don't know if its
light or not as I don't have anything to compaire it to :?

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It depends if it is x0 as I dont want a low level s ram really,if it is under 200 grams it is light,my dura ace weighs about 140 grams for comparison..pics would be good of your though.


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no, thats bullying in its un purest form, now stop it! :lol:
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Ive just checked it on my cheapo kitchen scales its a good 300grms :(

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Maybe a bit weighty for me rob :? does it have a red spider to the back though or any other colour :? :?:


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No it doesnt I'd just leave it mate :wink:

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checked my cassette and cant fond any tell tale marks bar the lock ring, m760 i think but it could be non matching
it has rivets so i presume is shimano
the 5 biggest cogs are drilled
its 11-25
any help?


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Are the top three or four titanium cyfa :?:


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