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Old 01-31-2016, 07:14 PM   #3601
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Cool. Those have connectamajigs.

So you basically shorten them at the connectamajigs instead of at the lever. The 8mm compression nut is under the rubber cover on the calipwr side of the connectamajig.
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Old 01-31-2016, 07:17 PM   #3602
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Another question:
How many people switch to CX1 and eventually miss the front-mech for gravel rides?
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Old 01-31-2016, 07:17 PM   #3603
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Cool. Those have connectamajigs.

So you basically shorten them at the connectamajigs instead of at the lever. The 8mm compression nut is under the rubber cover on the calipwr side of the connectamajig.
What if I want to just remove that **** all together? Do I really need them? I would like to do it once, the right way, and never mess with it again. CX1 group, new bars/stem, bar tape, new brake hoses, all in one round. Then, win.
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Old 01-31-2016, 07:19 PM   #3604
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What if I want to just remove that **** all together? Do I really need them? I would like to do it once, the right way, and never mess with it again.
2 chain rings as well as 2 Chainz. easy switch.

To get rid of the quick releases all together, you need new line kits.
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Old 01-31-2016, 08:24 PM   #3605
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I would like to add that racing on a tiny CX frame with zero toe overlap is ******* awesome.
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Old 01-31-2016, 11:26 PM   #3607
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I love that it was found on a bike with cantis. hehe
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Old 02-01-2016, 11:47 AM   #3608
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Anyone interested in a 172.5 SL-K crank (110), Zipp SL post and cockpit?
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which bb on the sl-k?
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LOL. just bought a 172.5 SLK crank (130 though) last week for tandem.
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which bb on the sl-k?
Cannondale BB30, not sure on the Q# but I don't think it works on a Spesh as they are wider. It's a 110 though, you don't need a compact.
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I would gladly run a compact on my single bike, even though I don't really need it.
and go with a 11-28 cassette or something for those times you are riding with someone that isn't on a real bike. lol.



Tandem 2016 with di2 is going to run ultra wide rear end with a standard 39/53 crankset. 11-40 cassette with wolf-tooth road link and long cage ultegra di2 RD. I might find a 40t small ring to change that out... but im sure it will be fine.
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Cannondale BB30, not sure on the Q# but I don't think it works on a Spesh as they are wider. It's a 110 though, you don't need a compact.
My model Tarmac came with BB30 FSA Grossamer with 110 PCD rings (52/36). I didn't know that the Q could be different, I never see that listed as a spec when comparing crank sets.
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My model Tarmac came with BB30 FSA Grossamer with 110 PCD rings (52/36). I didn't know that the Q could be different, I never see that listed as a spec when comparing crank sets.
Welcome to BB30, lol.
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and there are bb30 bb shells with 24mm spindles, ive scored a bunch of 24mm spindle stuff (standard) that people list as bb30 for cheaaappp. (this last SLK crankset, is 24mm but was listed as bb30 press fit, lol they don't know)
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and there are bb30 bb shells with 24mm spindles, ive scored a bunch of 24mm spindle stuff (standard) that people list as bb30 for cheaaappp. (this last SLK crankset, is 24mm but was listed as bb30 press fit, lol they don't know)
Does this mean I won't get a Shimano crank on my Stigmata?
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you can put a shimano crank on almost any bb "standard" going, albeit with some custom bottom brackets or with adapters.

not sure what a stigmata uses for bb shell, or if you are being serious.
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This is where I bought my last two sets of BB adapters.

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Old 02-01-2016, 03:00 PM   #3619
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This is where I bought my last two sets of BB adapters.

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I swear by my Praxis shimano/BB30 adapter on the road bike, but the Q is too large on the Stifmata for the BB30 crank I just sold. I suppose I will need a Quark now.
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yes, a true bb30 crankset for a road bike would probably not fit what your looking to do.

i.e., I have a cannondale hollowgram crankset that is bb30/pf30 and it has no real use right now. if I were to build a gravel bike I don't even think I could get it to fit when I manipulate the chainstays to fit the tire and the chainring/crank arms.
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