WTB: Shimano 105 9 speed Parts

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WTB: Shimano 105 9 speed Parts

Postby plasmapuff » Fri Aug 29, 2008 11:21 am

Hi guys,

Yep I'm after some of the older range 105 9 speed parts.

Particular after chain rings for a double crank and a new 9 speed cassette.

If anyone can help out/point me in the right direction, that'd be awesome.

cheers
~Julian

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Postby vx255 » Fri Aug 29, 2008 11:38 am

Most likely (can't check from work PC) Ribble cycles in UK could help with that. probably the cheapest place to by new IMO.

Chainrings don't need to be brand specific, 130mm (or 110mm if compact) BCD of any brand will fit.
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Postby plasmapuff » Fri Aug 29, 2008 4:51 pm

Thanks mate! Much appreciated.

Will check it out.

Just bought a "cheap" road bike and have discovered a few things need a fixing...

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Postby vx255 » Fri Aug 29, 2008 5:05 pm

plasmapuff wrote:Thanks mate! Much appreciated.

Will check it out.

Just bought a "cheap" road bike and have discovered a few things need a fixing...


also, any 9spd road cassette will work, tiagra or new 9spd sora if on a budget, right through early 105, ultegra or Dura-ace.

don't forget to throw a chain at it at the same time, just for good measure, it's nice to know the history of your drive train.
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