roshea wrote:hopefully that won't take too much time and effort.
nikolai wrote:Actually, depending on the forks composition & the juice going through the cable, there could be a chance that wrapping it thus would induce an electric current in the forks causing significantly premature rusting & or failure. Same goes for that cable on the bottom of the frame...
StanzaRallyMan wrote:Although it looks like Friday afternoon work by the work experience kid, there is NO way six volts is going to cause any type of electrical current to cause rusting or failure of the fork.
"It saves the cable from rusting", Just about every bike sold uses stainless steel cables. They are not going to rust.
You'd be hard-pressed to find an alternative set of rings anyway.slaw wrote:I swapped out the cranks and bb with a Deore set of 170mm cranks with 48/36/26 rings for $75 from CRC, cheaper than sourcing rings for the original cranks.
Probably just the spring in the FD; most of them are pretty firm.Now she has been mostly using the middle ring and the getting into the big ring occasionally, though the shifter has been pretty stiff for her little thumb. Not sure if it is the derailleur itself as I've given the cable lots of lube.
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