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Wrong Side Of The Bed - Various - Repugnating The Wombat (Cassette)

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  1. Jan 13,  · Just like Shimano uses Deore, LX, XT, and XTR to designate the level of thier components. With SRAM the first number designates the number of cogs, i.e a is 9 speed, an would be an 8 speed cassette. The second two numbers are the level. So a cassette is not as nice and doesn't have the high end features of a
  2. It's that little rectangular felt pad in pic 1. It can come in several different colors and is located under the tape in the center of the exposed side of the cassette. It's glued to a small spring metal plate. All cassettes are designed this way with only ONE exception, very old Memorex brand cassettes.
  3. Nov 12,  · To rerecord on the same piece of tape, you just scramble the oxide particles and realign them to a different song. In , cassette sales in the Author: Jacqueline Detwiler.
  4. On an ebay whim a while ago I purchased a HG61 cassette. I can’t even remember why. To make this cassette useful I decided to purchase another HG61, with range and mate the two together to create the touring cassette of my dreams (I know I could have just purchased one from Harris Cyclery, but they don’t ship to Australia).
  5. Texas State Library and Archives. Brazos St. Austin, TX Mail: P.O. Box Austin, TX Tel: Fax: Email TSLAC.
  6. Simply put, it's a bigger lever around the hub. That means more force on the splines. The effort that you feel at the pedal is not what determines what the hub is "feeling" from the cogs. And if the cog is equal, then it doesn't matter. A 13T is a 13T no matter what cassette it is in. – Kaz Apr 25 '16 at
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  8. Apr 28,  · Campagnolo 8-speed cassette sprockets are spaced at mm, 9-speed at mm, and speed at mm. Shimano 7-speed cassettes are spaced at 5mm, 8-speed at mm, 9-speed at mm and speed.

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