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If the chain goes in front, derailleur will save. What will happen if the chain goes back?
Bottom bearing chaiye kya aap link de sakte ho
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Kya aap hybrid cycle assemble Kar sakte hai..poori cycle assemble ki video banaiye. Cycle parts price k sath. Hybrid cycle ki.
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Hlo everyone i have one problem . I recently start using my mtb kross k40 . It have v brake previous but those are now broken .should i use new v brake or disc brake and also should i upgrade it to gear cycle as it is normal one anyone give me some suggestions.
Bro please reply
Bro shimano tourany rear direliare unboxing please please please please please
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Bro my disc brake is not working
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8 speed gear starlit
Mast Aman caa
Bhai disc brake ka price kitna hai
Mara Shimano Turney
Aman Bhai kya aap yaa batao gaa kii cycle kii bend rim koo sidha Kaisa kara
Bhai 6 speed gear kit kitna ki aygi
Friction shifter for the front derailleur; indexed for the rear.
Chainline! A 3x crank is the best way to a straight chainline.
I really like 2 by 10
This is funny. I WAS one of those riders that for many years was still an advocate for the 3X. I'm riding 1X's now of course, but I JUST sold my beloved hardtail that was a 3X 650b with hydro brakes.
You were really spot-on with everything in this vid. It was the best presentation I've seen in favor of the 3X. I rode that HT that I sold on the paved roads a lot. With my hardtail that's a 1X I'm missing only TWO things I think were the best of the 3X. One, is that (as you were saying) the ability to switch and "skip" gears that quickly. That's a genuine convenience to have when you're riding on the road too. Two, I had these two top speed gears w/my largest chainring that gave me these massive "road gears", gears you'd never have on a high-end 1X mountain bike. The top gear (my 9th on the 3rd ring) was so fast I hardly ever used it!
On my full suspension bike I really don't have any use for a long road gear like that, and my 32t w/a 10 rear on 29" wheels works good enough if there's a time I briefly have it on the pavement or on long flat fire road trails--but that's it. And lesser expensive 1X's really don't perform well enough for me to fully enjoy them OR trust them. I need AT LEAST a Sram NX or better.
I'd say to lesser experienced riders or those newer w/less experience, and especially if you're going to ride on the road a lot, the 3X or even the 2X is still useful and totally cool on a dual purpose MTB. Newer riders won't really have the "knack" of how to shift quickly and instinctively on the 1X systems. If you're used to road bikes and adding a MTB to your arsenal just for recreational fun once in a while, the 2-or-3X is still going to make more sense and feel comfortable with no learning curve. Another thing too is that quality 1X drives are almost always on bikes costing 2-3 times what the typical 3X rider is in the market for--and you'll always love having those extra 2 road-gears.
Can a 1x specific frame be converted to 3x?
Need 1x with planetary hub. I can't imagine a small planetary gearset being heavier than 2 extra chainrings and a front derailleur
on my old $300 3x7 i could go faster then on my new $1000 2x10 , on flat terain. the new one is better uphill. so i guess that 3rd was wider.
Same people that hate on 1 by or 3 by hate on a guy driving a Honda Ridgeline.
Whatever works and is practical for the user is what matters. I really hate any gear snob or elitist.
I love those, I wish there were 4 or 5 , the 4th more bigger than the 3d that is big. I need more. I always use the 3rd the bigger and still easy to pedal.
Can I get a TL;DR
It doesn't sound weird when I do shift gear while climbing, at least most of the time.
When I switch gear while climbing on a hurry my habbit is I accelerate as fast as I can to get momentum, I will free wheel and on that brief moment, I shift gear.
2-by will be the next big thing 🍻😂
Super video with full of useful informations. I wanna buy a new bike and this so helping my decision! The doggy is super super cute! ; ) ThX a L0t! ! !
last time i ride a bike was when i was 12 years old and im nearly 30 now. got a brand new mid-range mtb bike with 1x12 gears... after first ride out i think its a bit of an overkill for my unfit ass, i died.. but im loving it more and more everyday! i think it gets easier each day!
i hope 1x12 isnt as bad as comments here say... dotn get me wrong i love my bike and modern components, but im having second thoughts was it a good choice? i plan to ride in city and trails.
I love SHIMANO STX RC I have those on two of my bicycle builds :)
The problem with 3X drivetrains is gear overlap. In reality, you only have a handful (7 or 8) of gears that have unique gear ratios that there isn't another comparable gear ratio in a different gear combination.
This is the reason why 2X drivetrains were created. There is still gear overlap, but not nearly as much (3-4 gears), and further the reason why 1X drivetrains were created which has ZERO gear overlap....The problem is that if you want more gear range (think 10-50), you're going to have more significant gear ratio jumps to get that range where 2X originally came out with 11-36T cassettes...then 11-38, 11-40, 11-42 and they just went up from there in 1X systems because gear range was/and still is more important than gear ratios.
However, in gravel, road and touring market, 2X (and 3X) drivetrains still thrive because it allows you to have both gear range, and preferable gear ratios at the same time so you can maintain good pedal cadences in every gear.....which is not possible with 1X systems....especially at the beginning when they were 11-36 and 11-40. Which is the reason why they're 10-50 and bigger now. In mountain biking, for the most part....gear ratios aren't as important (aside from single speed) as gear range. You jump through gear (up and down) more rapidly than in other disciplines to go along with the rapid accelerations and de-accelerations that happen in the sport where road, gravel and touring, you'll spend a lot more time in the same gear or one gear higher/lower with very subtle gear changes (for the most part).
Gear overlap is the main reason why the industry rarely uses 3X drivetrains anymore in the performance market. It's wasted gears, and its wasted weight...and in road and gravel, "mullet" 2X drivetrain systems (road in the front, mountain in the rear) are making huge advances. On my gravel bike, I run Shimano 105 2x11 (R7000) with a Shimano R7000 GS rear derailer with a road link to fit 50/34 for the chain rings and an 11-42 cassette. So I have big gears for the road (up to 50-11) and low gears for climbing (34-42).
3X systems are quite fussy and derailleur setup (especially in the front) is quite tricky to get perfect, and then you're still carrying around "extra" gears. It's really an antiquated system for all but touring IMHO.
I think you are also missing a point about the cheaper bikes, a lot of people who buy an mtb will use it in the city mostly and that big chain ring really helps to go faster
Always thought they did 3x drivetrains wrong. They spec a wide range cassette when they would be better off with a narrow range cassette. That way you would have the small jumps and the wide range that climbing requires. To me the small jumps are just as important as gear range while climbing. Most 3x systems throw away the small jumps that that type of drive train could be allowing.
Can i upgrade my 3x8 stock setup into 3x10 11-50t? Without upgrading the stock 3x drivetrain?
I like my 2x10 systems for road and gravel/light mountain
HOw to pick the right angle ? i see two options 63-66 and 66-69
This is very useful. I’m going to use a Problem Solver clamp to hold my front derailleur so it will move over to work with a chain set with a 51.8 chainline. I know I have to use a top pull, but does it matter what type of swing it is?
Pretty straightforward explanation, would be more useful though with short images of the examples - how an E-type works on a frame vs direct mount, how side-swings works installed on a frame, etc, etc. Edited: sorry, just had to wait longer in the vid. Sick!
What it looks like, nie how it looks like :) Ale przydatne wideo. :)
I have a dull pull deore LX (not the part supplied with the frame), but the top pull cable stopper is too close on the frame to be a good match, the cable comes out at an angle and has worn a side groove in the cable stop. Am I right in thinking the side pull design has an integrated cable stop, so I can re-route my cable and not require a cable stop on the frame. But top and bottom pulls both require the cable stopper on the frame?
I have the Shimano FD M8025 H. I think it's a downpull so the moronic mechanics have mounted the wrong derailleur. Is it possible to reverse the pulling direction?
Where can i buy the adaptor for fd-m7020 11D? Thank you
Exactly what I needed to know thank you.
Thnx helped soo much
Good video now I understand it. But I would just ditch the FD entirely and go 1x on an MTB to make it simpler.
good tips SB!
Thank You !
And like the crappy Shimano instructions they tell you F___-all about how to fix things.
What type FD for Mosso Falcon V
Great vid. Thumbs up
Sir 28.6 mean what
Didn't explain high swing and low swing unless I missed something
Good video but does not explain why Shimano offer two different sizes of front derailleur Acera RD-M360? What does 63 -66A or 66 - 69A actually refer to? The website does not explain. My largest chain ring has 42 teeth. Thank you.
what is Brazed-On Mount
I have a question,,
If my frame has 2 horizontal port on the bottom of seat tube,it's mean that i should to choise E-type FD to be installed,but could i do installed a clamp type for alternatif?