1. Hope BB in Red . - BB 68 - 73 mm new in it's original packaging with fitting instructions.
£70 posted .
I would consider a swap for the identical one (unused) in blue, silver or black.
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Looking at getting a KMC X9 9 speed chain.
Trying to decide between the 3 options below:
Prices are roughly:
£11 - 13ish for no coating
£17ish for half nickel plating
£20ish for full nickel plating
Anyone have any experience with any of these?
Is the extra price for the nickel plating worth...
hey guys an lassies, i fitted a new cassette and 9 spd chain to my ancient rock rider 540, this one to be exact https://www.bigbike-magazine.com/vtt-2015-btwin-rockrider-540
i believe i need a new middle chain ring as i get mad slipping with the new chain on my middle front ring which makes...
I've mentioned elsewhere that my chain was a bit rough in certain gears, and the main advice was to clean it. The roughness seemed to be generally improving but on the weekend I gave the chain a thorough going over with WD40, hot soapy water, two old toothbrushes and an assorment of smonged ans...
Change in geometry via adjustments to dropouts and fork. Plus 2 sets of wheels - one wider for gravel (650) and the narrower(700) for road. Is there value or just a novelty?
I'm fitting a new chainring for my pal , it's a FSA 46 teeth 4 hole type , I ordered a 5 hole by mistake , and I can't find any 4 hole types in stock anywhere , is there an equivalent or can anyone recommend something to solve the problem
I dug out an old racing bike recently, and need to replace the chain and probably the cassette, but I can't remember the spec. I don't have the bike at hand to check, either.
It's a Peugeot, and probably dates from the late 1980's. It has a 7-speed Shimano 105 groupset, Biopace chainrings(!)...
Hi I'm replacing the large ring on the above chain ring but when I bolt it back together with the old smaller ring the 2 are too close to allow the chain to bed properly , I've tried different ways round all the rings are lined up but it's flumexed me
This chain is only three weeks old, less than 700kms! Humid environment - Yucutan and Quitana Roo, Mexico. One week was spent riding close to the shore and salt pans.
I removed the chain earlier today to derust* and clean and only then noticed these radial cracks on the plates (both sides of...
When I built my ebike I fitted the chain off my old Shimano 24 speed kit.
I now have a single sprocket and chain ring. The Shimano HG chain fits the sprockets fine but I have the option of slightly wider if required.
What chain do I need to replace my Shimano HG with for heavy...
When I upgraded the wheels on my giant advanced 1 I also fitted a new cassette, at this point I should have replaced the chain but stupidly didn’t, the chain snapped the other day and I’m looking to replace it but not sure what to get, looking for suggestions (looking to order Amazon prime)...
I have a six-speed and I notice the Brompton toolkit has a chain breaker. But it looks like if I remove a bad link the chain will be 1" shorter and I won't be able to get it back on the bike. There isn't enough slack in the tensioner. Am I wrong? Is there a clever trick I need to know about?
Help please, my chain separated yesterday on my road bike. I had a link splitter and spare link and managed to fix the chain to ride home. I now need spare links for my repair kit. I have looked online and need to know about 7,8.9 speeds; I am not sure about that question. and don`t know what to...
A bit of chain history.
"In 1885, Hans Renold, a skilled Swiss-born engineer who was working in Salford, achieved a significant technical breakthrough when he patented the bush roller chain. With this revolutionary invention bike design change forever."
It looks very, very similar to a modern...
Hi all, I recently changed the chain on my old GT MTB, I measured it to the exact length of the last two but a rattle occurs when the drive side pedal reaches the downward position. Thinking the new chain wasn't catching on the old freewheel, I changed the freewheel but it still rattles. The...
I've got a hub geared bike with 1/8" sprockets. There is clearly much more than a 1/32" gap between them and the edges of the 1/8" chain that I am currently using.
Could I use a 3/32" chain instead? I can get one off the shelf from Asda for £4. If I want an 1/8" chain I'll have to buy one...
This isn't a claim for all / general, but for my transport fixed gear used in all conditions.
Now empirically proved: lubrication makes my chains wear faster.
What is (was) my lubrication: when chain clean (so mostly blinking steel - no black), I put a drop oil on every roller, and after oil...
I was looking at bike chains on E bay this morning and came across chains described as hollow and half hollow. Now I do not ever recall coming across this before (or perhaps I have never really looked) so can someone tell me what the difference is please? and is this something recent. :unsure:
My cannondale synapse carbon has some rubbing on the chainstay that looks to be from where the tyre was rubbing.
I’m not sure it’s my 25 tyres but the previous owner, as they were running 28 wide tyres.
It looks superficial and not deep, just past the paint, but I’m curious to know how to...
I was in the Bicycle Chain in Bridgwater yesterday, and in there was a guy who was clearly on a significant tour.
He had a road bike, covered in backpacking bags. The technician was checking his chainset etc as he was having problems with his chain slipping all the time.
The chain and...
After the Great Evanscycles Fiasco concluded at the end of last week. I was all set to go on my first ride on Saturday, I get the bike outside and start pedalling, only to realise I'm going nowhere as the chain has decided to remove itself from the chainring. "Easy enough to fix", says I before...
Anyone know if with rebound tracking you need to still send via special delivery or recorded? Or is rebound safe enough to send with standard royal mail no tracking. As the rebound comes with tracking it says.. Its £141 order im sending back.. So want to know if anyone else has tried it.
I need to replace the chain on the old Carlton I recently bought and the generic chain on it gives me no indication of what I should use.
From what I've measured and looked up, a KMC 8-speed (7.3mm pin width) should do it. Does this sound about right?
Hi all, I've cut this chain too short and wonder if anyone can advise me on how many links I should put back in? I want to get it right as I only have a couple of pins left and they aren't cheap! Thanks.