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Old November 2nd 11, 10:16 AM posted to aus.bicycle
Chris Taylor[_3_]
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I wish to go compact on my road bike but wish to spend as little as I can
Just a thought I have altegra 6500 on the bike now. would the HG93 9
speed chain work with the Shimano Ultegra 6650 Hollowtech II Compact
Chainset.
how do I find out if I have English or Italian bottom bracket?
Thanks
Chris
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Old November 2nd 11, 12:26 PM posted to aus.bicycle
Tomasso[_8_]
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Measure it. London to a brick it's Italian dimensions...


"Chris Taylor" wrote in message
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I wish to go compact on my road bike but wish to spend as little as I can
Just a thought I have altegra 6500 on the bike now. would the HG93 9 speed
chain work with the Shimano Ultegra 6650 Hollowtech II Compact Chainset.
how do I find out if I have English or Italian bottom bracket?
Thanks
Chris



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Old November 2nd 11, 09:47 PM posted to aus.bicycle
Tomasso[_8_]
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Sorry, I meant: London to a brick it's English dimensions...


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Measure it. London to a brick it's Italian dimensions...


"Chris Taylor" wrote in message
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I wish to go compact on my road bike but wish to spend as little as I can
Just a thought I have altegra 6500 on the bike now. would the HG93 9
speed chain work with the Shimano Ultegra 6650 Hollowtech II Compact
Chainset.
how do I find out if I have English or Italian bottom bracket?
Thanks
Chris





 




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