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PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2012 1:36 pm 
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Like it says in the title, looking for a lightweight close-ration road cassette, with rations around 11-23, 12-24, so on and so forth.

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Oh i don't know....Durkheim was a good sociologist!


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sawston_vulcan wrote:
Oh i don't know....Durkheim was a good sociologist!


'Good' is defined by the norms of the society....


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A HG-50 8 speed cassette is pretty cheap new and in 12-21T form weight 230g. Not much lighter than that really. Dura ace 8 speeds weight in more.


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bm0p700f wrote:
A HG-50 8 speed cassette is pretty cheap new and in 12-21T form weight 230g. Not much lighter than that really. Dura ace 8 speeds weight in more.


Thanks. I'll check it out.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:40 pm 
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mikede wrote:
sawston_vulcan wrote:
Oh i don't know....Durkheim was a good sociologist!


'Good' is defined by the norms of the society....


Ah but a good sociologist is defined as such by his/her peers!


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