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Ive been looking at new drivetrain components for my bike since its been a long while since ive replaced anything and things are getting a bit worn out

last I looked seriously at this stuff was back in like 2003
back then it seemed there were far fewer fitment "standards" like for the bottom bracket it was square drive and is ISIS stuff was only on the very very top end now it seems like theres a bunch of choices... and rear cassettes were like 8-9 speed Im looking at this stuff not and seeing 10-11 speed rear cassettes

with these new 10-11 speed cassettes fit my wheels, let alone fit between the rear dropouts? I realize ill need at least new shifters but my rear deraileur is still crisp in its shifts will it work with the new ranges?

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Ive been looking at new drivetrain components for my bike since its been a long while since ive replaced anything and things are getting a bit worn out

last I looked seriously at this stuff was back in like 2003
back then it seemed there were far fewer fitment "standards" like for the bottom bracket it was square drive and is ISIS stuff was only on the very very top end now it seems like theres a bunch of choices... and rear cassettes were like 8-9 speed Im looking at this stuff not and seeing 10-11 speed rear cassettes

with these new 10-11 speed cassettes fit my wheels, let alone fit between the rear dropouts? I realize ill need at least new shifters but my rear deraileur is still crisp in its shifts will it work with the new ranges?
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Look for 9 speed stuff 10 is availble but is more $ ,135 spacing is readily available execpt for the 2012 2013 stuff

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Look for 9 speed stuff 10 is availble but is more $ ,135 spacing is readily available execpt for the 2012 2013 stuff
what is the new standard for spacing?
is 135 going extinct then?

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Just order up a new Specialized 29er for 10 stacks. It will come with everything you need. Easy.
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The new stuff seems to be 142. Some hubs come with multiple options of fitting both 135 and 142.

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i was browsing this stuff on
www.bikenashbar.com and
www.performancebike.com

they both dont seem to have nearly the selection that they did years ago, is there somewhere better to look?

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Jenson usa or price point are good to check.

http://m.jensonusa.com/Build-Kits-an...-MTB-Build-Kit
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completely forgot about jenson, bought a bunch of stuff from them when i put this bike together

if i mix sram and shimano stuff is it gonna cause a bunch of problems, IE a 9spd sram deraileur with a 9spd shimano shifter?

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I think the throw is different for their stuff, my bike has a mix of XT, XO, & XX. Next time i'll stick with one group from start to finish. Brakes are the exception though.
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ive got avid BB7s and avid levers im keeping all that

mainly lookin at crankset, unless i can find new rings, cassette(maybe), F/R shifters and deraileurs

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Front's have the same throw but you have to pay attention to how it mounts to your frame and if it pulls up or down.
For the rear you have to match the shifter to the derailleur in addition to whatever else.
(speeds, Top-Normal etc)

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