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  • Sram 10 speed powerlinks arent re-usable. Go for a KMC chain which comes with a re-usable link.

    Why not a zee mech? One of the good things abotu 1×10 is being able to use a short mech.

    I personally wouldnt run a 1×10 without a chainguide, even if it has a stepped teeth thingy.

    Get some shorter chainring nuts and bolts as well unless your 2x setup are ok.

    Mister P
    Member

    HG61 cassette = 451g
    HG81 (SLX) cassette = 369g

    plyphon
    Member

    Phil – good shout with the bolts.

    Was planning on running without a bash ring so I’ll need the shortest bolts going I assume?

    Another good shout with the powerlinks – I’ll hunt a decent KMC chain.

    Zee is quite expensive is it not? Kinda looking to do this semi budget conscious.

    Mister P – thanks for the weights. Now to decide if 82 grams is worth £15 quid. (Hint: It’s not.)

    plyphon
    Member

    This seems a good chain:
    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=95983

    says it comes with a reusable link

    jim33
    Member

    i have just bought a Zee rear mech off Merlin Cycles for £54 and its brilliant. Stops alot of chain slap too, due to being able to ‘lock’ the mech.

    Though if do go for a Zee mech make sure its the wide ratio model as this works on cassettes up to 36 teeth.

    plyphon
    Member

    So I’m going to swap my 2 x 9 456C to a 1 x 10 for all the usual reasons. yay.

    So, can someone just make sure I haven’t missed anything and advise me on a few areas…

    Frame – On One 456C
    Rear Hub – Hope Pro 2

    NEW BITS:

    Cassete:
    http://www.merlincycles.com/bike-shop/mtb-parts/transmission-gears/cassettes-mtb/shimano-deore-hg62-10-speed-cassette.html

    11 – 36

    Looking at this Deore – nice and cheap, anyone know if it weights *that* much more than going SLX for 15 quid or so more?

    Also – I’ve heard about metal carriers eating the hope pro 2 cassette thingie – anyone know if the carrier for this cassette is alloy or?

    Mech:
    http://www.merlincycles.com/bike-shop/mtb-parts/transmission-gears/derailleurs-rear-mtb/shimano-slx-m675-10-speed-shadow-rear-derailleur.html

    Would I get away with medium cage with 1 x 10?
    Would happily use Deore Shadow Plus but no idea when that’s coming out.

    Chain:
    I know very little about chains. Can someone point me and a decent VFM chain? Guessing just a £10 shimano 10sp or somthing & a sram powerlink?

    Sproket:
    Going to grab a Works Thick/Thin 32t sproket.

    Shifter:
    http://www.bike-discount.de/shop/k1189/a86319/slx-gear-shifter-rapidfire-plus-sl-m660-10-10-speed-right.html

    or

    http://www.bike-discount.de/shop/k1189/a72550/slx-gear-shifter-rapidfire-plus-sl-m670-10-speed-right.html

    other than £5, what’s the difference between these two?

    I think that’s everything. Shouldnt need a chain guide with the shadow plus & works sproket.

    Any blinding errors in my choices?

    If anyone’s got any of the above for sale either… end of the month i’ll be buying. 😆

    Premier Icon bigblackshed
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    Zee clutch mech = The Dogs Danglies.

    I’ve not needed a chain device so far. Silent, no chain slap, not dropped the chain. I think the Zee is or was about £45 from Rose. Shifter was £20. Same as SLX but no window. Cheap as chips.

    Mackem
    Member

    My thoughts are exactly the same as bigblackshed.

    plyphon
    Member

    Hmm so £54 Zee vs about 40 odd for SLX shadow plus.

    Ill consider it when I’ve totaled up the full cost. Would like to keep as close to £100 quid as possible.

    jim33
    Member

    what front chain ring do you currently run as i use a 9 speed 32 tooth chain ring off crank set i had a while back and it works fine, therefore no need to buy a new chain ring.

    also for a chain guide these are brilliant, light and cheap a lot cheaper than most guides available

    BBG bashguards

    plyphon
    Member

    just standard XT ring, not sure how many teeth it is but probably not 32t

    like the idea of no bashguard or chain guide so fairly keen on the works ring

    jim33
    Member

    if your not running a bash guard or guide then you will definitely need a clutch mech for bumper rides, or else you will be placing the chain back on a lot of times

    Premier Icon fathomer
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    If your ordering from bike-discount, have a look at their KMC chains, I got a X10.93 for £13 (I think) a couple of weeks ago.

    SRAM 10spd power links can be reused but you will need players to remove them. I have one that has been removed and refitted multiple times, at least 4 times, and its fine.

    I got a second hand x9 chain ring, slid off the chain ring spider and am using a SRAM direct mount Wolftooth chainring. It’s light, stiff, and with the XX1 style teeth, shouldn’t drop a chain.

    1×10 is great.

    jamiep
    Member

    Looking at this Deore – nice and cheap, anyone know if it weights *that* much more than going SLX for 15 quid or so more?

    Slx cassette is only £35 at on-one

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