Maybe you need a smaller chainring? So you can use some of the little ones at the back?Why can't I buy single cogs or a section of cogs for my cassette?
I use the low gears on my bike all the time and never hit the high gears on a descent. So when I need to replace a cassette I am always throwing whole sections of an unused or lightly used cassette. I could probably get 25years use out of the high end if I could just replace what I needed each time.
Does anyone else think of this?
I am already running a 30t and I guess I could run a 28t. But even then I only use half the cassette at best.Maybe you need a smaller chainring? So you can use some of the little ones at the back?
I run XT or Sunrace but can only find a full cassette to buy.What cassette? Some are mostly separate.
You can find them on ebay separate but a lot of times so expensive that they're not worth buying. From time to time you get cheaper ones show up.I am already running a 30t and I guess I could run a 28t. But even then I only use half the cassette at best.
I run XT or Sunrace but can only find a full cassette to buy.
In the interest of trying to consume and waste less it has me thinking home much useful stuff goes in the bin. Makes me sad.
Yes. Either ghetto with schrader valves threaded all the way down..or moto valves if you’ve got wide rims.
Yep. Do-able. I ran presta tubeless stems thru shrader holes for a couple of years no worries, as a tubeless set-up.