looking at getting a turbo trainer, and thinking about a spare wheel to interchange rather than having to swap tyres.
I currently have a 11-25 on the rear, and am looking at going to 11-30 for the road (to give my knees more assistance) and keep the 11-25 for the turbo wheel.
will i be able to keep the set up the same, or will I need to adjust the chain length and cable tensions?
I've got a mildly dilapidated Peugeot Premiere from 1986 and I'd like to get it running and on the road.
I've been trying to find out what the restrictions are between wheels and drivetrains. For example, I'm guessing I can't just buy a new pair of wheels and fit the old cassette to the new rear wheel? From what I can gather, the hub needs to match the groupset you're using...
The hubs on the Peugeot are Maillard and the drivetrain is all branded as Sachs Huret (I realise I've just contradicted myself there but you get where I'm coming from, hopefully..)
I bought some new wheels at the end of last year and I was doing some maintenance on the bike a few weeks ago and noticed that the rear wasn't spinning as freely as I'd have expected. I took it off and spun it in my hands and it still wasn't spinning so I decided to take the rear cassette off and see if I could figure out what the problem is.
After releasing the locking nut the first few cassette rings came off the hub without any trouble but then I couldn't get any more off. Whilst I haven't been to the gym recently I didn't think that my strength had abandoned me entirely so I had a good look and realised that the rings had 'bitten' through the splines on the freehub and locked itself in place.
Ambrosio 12-23 10 speed cassette that fits Shimano/SRAM freehub splines but use's Campag spacing (obviously you need campag brifters).
been used for about 25 miles in total, so absolutely loads of life left. needs a shimano/SRAM chain.
£20 posted in the U.K. (paypal gift please) or £15 collected (Bristol).
All from a planned road bike build which never happened.
Everything is brand new, unused, and still bagged. All prices include postage to UK. I will post elsewhere but please contact me for a postage price.
I'm in work today, but will reply to messages when I get home. I'm not sure how this forum works, but please could you 'dib' items that you want on this thread, and send me a message for payment details. That way we'll all be able to keep track on what's been sold and what hasn't.
Miche’s Primato cassette continues the groupset’s theme of high performance, precision engineering and very keen pricing. With it’s high lustre chrome finish and a choice between Shimano and Campagnolo patterns it’s a great choice for racing, audax, winter training, and even a spot of light touring.