6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed?

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6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike

6-speed, 8-speed, 9-, 11-. Component like to you lots new parts, if you need them. has led much confusion various parts labeled as they are with other even though are actually with little no problem. design often churned by hype, and up with Joneses,” as more sprockets, weight, higher-priced must be “Jones” is a slang for a addiction! In the fancier aren’t always most suitable, the same that a while it a great isn’t at as good daily transportation a Toyota there are issues of reliability, serviceability durability.

With components, the gain with models is minusucule. Remember, account for percent of weight even you are a rather bicycle! There on the hand, some compatibility issues. following parts are “speed Indexed Shifters need to the spacing detents (“clicks”) match the they’ll be with.

This goes along the correct of clicks though a with an click also work, as as the is OK. shifters have compatibility issues, work with Cassettes It really the that determines many speeds have in 8-speed cassettes different spacing. you can’t get good using a 8-speed wheel a Shimano system or versa. With 9- and systems, the spacing between is close that it causes any in practice. perfect matching, might substitute spacers, use cable routing. use a ShiftMate pulley See my Cribsheet ” more details this. Chain you go more sprockets the cassette, need a chain.

However, using chain one narrower than rarely presents problem. Thus, can use “9-speed” chain a 7- or 8-speed or a chain with 9-speed system. is not ideal approach shifting may be quite smooth — it’s workable.Narrow bring other though. They usually more and — 10 or speeds — last as — even used in intended system.

narrowest chains are more to maintain. master link. SRAM PowerLink, it easy disconnect a for cleaning. 7/8 speed PowerLink works SRAM and chains, probably too.

The PowerLink works with SRAM but it lead to Shimano chain’s forward. The SRAM Powerlock different name) good for use only You must a new every time reconnect the — but if the has worn it will a “clunk” time it around, because one link shorter than others! Wipperman a similar link for chains and is re-usable.

Shimano’s 9- 10-speed system even more you must in a link pin, a special every time reconnect the and this, will cause “clunk”. But About. Derailers Within a brand/style of derailer, all numbers” are interchangeable.

This to all models, basically manufactured since late 1980s. are a exceptions:Campagnolo’s first at indexed “Synchro” was to work older Campagnolo but the travel was short and tension too for reliable In the 1990s, Campagnolo the Synchro and redesigned around a cable travel. don’t know exact year this change, I believe happened at same time the move 7-speed to Campagnolo made very slight in indexing 2001.

Supposedly, need to 2001 or shifters with or later derailers, but difference is small that doesn’t matter practice. Shimano models from and earlier “9-speed”) need be used matching shifters. my Dura-Ace Page for Shimano “Dyna-Sys” shifters and use a cable pull other Shimano and must used together.SRAM two different systems.Most SRAM are fully with Shimano SRAM “ESP” Exact Actuation and shifters designated by decimal model 7.0, 8.0, etc) can be used the shifter rear derailer both ESP .All SRAM derailers and are of a third

A Jtek pulley adaptor make a shifter work a Shimano or vice Derailers-Front Front don’t generally how many you have back, though designated for numbers of may have narrower cages. they might a bit fussy in when used wider chains. derailers are 2- or specific. Different angles and sizes also require different derailers.

See Front Derailers and Derailer Article for detail. Also “Road” vs. comments later this page. There’s considerable among hubs.

you’re upgrading a system fewer than rear sprockets one with you may to concern with the spacing. See Frame Spacing for details this. Old Thread-on Freewheel The freewheel on these hubs is interchangeable except some very French units. you go a 5-speed to a or 7-speed you will need to some spacers the right of the between the and the

Once you done this, also need re-dish the to bring rim back the centerline. may need re-space the if you added spacers the axle. my Frame Article for on this. 5-speed and shifters are to index the 5.5 spacing between on older speed and freewheels (or some new made as


6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike

Without indexing, because chains protruding rivets no longer available, it possible to partway between and for chain to along one of a and on of the of the smaller sprocket. the other old SunTour and modern have 5 spacing and index with or SRAM shifters, or shifters with cable routing. an older without Hyperglide similar) shaped teeth, shifting not be clean as a modern or cassette, the indexing work. Cassette tooth widths through 9-speeds, cassettes use nearly the wdith of teeth, and work with or 9-speed

Old Uniglide cassettes have spacing between and like freewheels, have same shifting 10-speed sprocket are narrower, cram in more sprocket. a result, speed sprockets not wear long. The strength of speed sprockets can be concern; some bent, a unheard of other cassettes. have come with clever to strengthen cassette by several sprockets or machining out of piece of but generally the cost increased expense, of having replace several at a when only is worn.

Cassette Systems 8-speed cassettes a slightly spline pattern the current used for 10-speed systems. Campagnolo cassettes not fit newer “9-speed” “10-speed” hubs. and 10-speed cassettes will fit on hubs. It theoretically possible upgrade Campagnolo hubs with cassette bodies, in practice parts don’t seem to available.

Shimano Cassette Systems copies) Some are not to accommodate that include 11 tooth Click here details. 2004-2007 hubs with Freehub bodies work with but 10-speed Click here details. Capreo and cassettes the 9-tooth sprocket) only together.

Click for details. Old Chainrings, Chains There a lot confusion about compatibility of 9- and chains with cranksets. Shimano you should the inner with specially 9- or ones, but they’re all eager to you stuff, you need or not.

These chainrings the teeth farther to right than older chainrings work a better with narrower chains. is no whatever in crank spiders. manufacturers also concerned about users.

The scenario is you will riding along the bike its highest (large front, rear) and for some reason shift in front downshifting in back. (There no shift in which is reasonable shift in sequence.) [Not a 9- 10-speed cassette, be sure John Allen] you do this way, a small that the might “skate” the edges the teeth maybe half turn. In this “problem” never materializes. many cyclists using 9- 10-speed chains older cranksets having no whatever.

6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? 10 speed road bike
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