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Replacement bits for the 'slightly broken' ones
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So as most of you Wales trippers will know, my rear mech is a little poorly, along with some spokes & the hanger. And a nice chip out of the swingarm to suit.

My BB's knackered aswell so need a new one. This 'Private Sale' of CRC looks ok price wise...

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Although the cable routing is slightly different (I think), could be wrong (comparing with the mangled mess)
Or from here:
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Think it's the same, though maybe cheaper...

Now, bottom Brackets:
Iirc my bike is a 73mm but either way these are compatible. Currently have a RaceFace one, so am guessing I will still need the inner tube bit (compatibility issue's?)
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Which one?

Oh and incase I didn't say it at the time, cheers to everyone who helped 'Singlespeed' me and for the loan parts that meant I could cause myself exhaustion today on the Wall (1hr 20 when knackered) for anyone who's interested.
My riding is more up and down than the damn area I live in! And the tart's knickers who lives next door - Combined!  :o
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#2
Don't you want to replace it with another SLX mech.?
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#3
[quote author=]Don't you want to replace it with another SLX mech.?
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not that one thats a 10 sp Jim  Undecided
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&quot;Wideload&quot; Wrote:not that one thats a 10 sp Jim  Undecided

Doh, didn't check that. This one then...

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#5
Don't wanna pay alot at all, not for something that can clearly be destroyed that easily!

Want something half decent, decent price that'll last at least a year (crash depending)
My riding is more up and down than the damn area I live in! And the tart's knickers who lives next door - Combined!  :o
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#6
Get a Shadow Deore then. I would never ever, ever, EVER get one of the old style mechs again, the smashing against the chainstay used to drive me nuts!
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#7
I shall have a XT rear mech going spare soon if you can wait a few days....

EDIT: Oh and the shifters too if they are busted.
2010 Canyon Aeroad 9.0 SL
2014 Specialized Epic Marathon
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#8
&quot;treaclesponge&quot; Wrote:I shall have a XT rear mech going spare soon if you can wait a few days....

EDIT: Oh and the shifters too if they are busted.

Yeah I can wait. Long cage I take it?
My riding is more up and down than the damn area I live in! And the tart's knickers who lives next door - Combined!  :o
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&quot;Papa Smurf&quot; Wrote:Yeah I can wait. Long cage I take it?

Yes indeedy!

Hoping to have my new one fitted this week so Ill let you know when its all done, and Ill give it a clean up too.
2010 Canyon Aeroad 9.0 SL
2014 Specialized Epic Marathon
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&quot;treaclesponge&quot; Wrote:Yes indeedy!

Hoping to have my new one fitted this week so Ill let you know when its all done, and Ill give it a clean up too.

I thought you were running SRAM at the moment  Undecided
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