Part number you need is CPS80 actually...
**** splined rotors/wheels.............**** shimano/on one................
I only need one (inner and outer bolt) but Chickens say that part number isn't compatible with Centaur (through the shop I was talking to).
That coupled with the fact that the allegedly 110mm BCD on the compact cranks is not the 110mm standard everyone else has meaning you must use Campag rings I'm slightly irritate with interpretation of "standards" at the moment.
If I didn't much prefer Campag to shimano on the road bike I would have binned it all last week and started again with SRAM!
Blimey, that's a wierd (read: Italian) way of doing things. If you like I can send you one of my Chorus bolts which are the part number above to have a try of? My road bike's going to sit idle next month so (provided you promise to send it back!) you're welcome to have a go.
Rolf that would be wonderful unless you are going to be at SITS and then I can catch up with you there.
Thanks very much for the offer
well i suppose if you compare it to Shimano XT (taken from shimano website as i can't find another source) as i guess xtr is XC and saint downhill with xt being the "workhorse" groupset
Front 20mm 236g 15mm 180g
rotor 180mm 176g
which actually makes it heavier than the saint stuff It doesn't really matter as its hub weight rather than tire/rim. I like the idea of the splined system but as has been said most companies use 6 bolt. Shame really as i find pro II too noisy i preferred the old hope XC bit quieter.
bigyinn - Member
Am I guilty by association for thinking of getting a 456 frame?
they have stupid brake hose routings
Comparing XT with Hope Pro 2 is a bit ridiculous, the XT rear hub costs almost exactly half the price of the Hope...
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