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here it is after all the discussion(10 posts)

here it is after all the discussionclimbo
Sep 18, 2001 2:21 PM
finally got my M4 after it had been searched for drugs and lost in some warehouse. I went for a 56cm and it fits great, very light and rides great so far.
look`n goodBAM
Sep 18, 2001 4:47 PM
What drivetrain did you finally settle on? Have you weighed it yet?
look`n goodclimbo
Sep 18, 2001 5:32 PM
without the cassette it's about 20.5 pounds, so 21 lbs all up or thereabouts. I have a 42 BMX ring on my 105 cranks and I am getting a 13-26 9 speed cassette, everything else on it is Veloce in the drivetrain. If that's too small after the first few races this season, I'll go to a 28 or 29.
look`n goodJan Gerrit Klok = "TUFO-man"
Sep 19, 2001 10:15 PM
I have a 42 up front on my best bike as well. But why did you put on a front derailer, a full left shift/brake cmbo? Do you plan to put 2 rings up front at times?
I have the Rohloff chainguide. Not easy to set up, but it's light and strong. On the left no STI, just a Shimano aero lever. Saved me money, one right Dura-Ace plus a set of aero's is way cheaper than 2 Dura-Ace's.
look`n goodclimbo
Sep 20, 2001 4:08 AM
I want to be able to put on a double without too much fuss and changing around of parts. Off-road or epic rides I would put on a different set of rings and then I'd need the derailleur and it is already set up.
Finding STI Singlestriangleforge
Sep 20, 2001 9:00 AM
Jan -- Where do you get single STI levers? I'd love to do that on more than one bike, but I haven't found anyplace that will sell just a single lever. Worse, it seems that everyone likes to crash on the right-hand side, since I only tend to see used singles for the left-hand lever.

Cheers! has them (more)swede16
Sep 20, 2001 10:12 AM
They're selling 105 right levers for $80.00.
Finding STI SinglesBAM
Sep 20, 2001 4:17 PM
Any LBS can order you single STI Levers. The are sold individually for replacement not just as pairs.
re: here it is after all the discussionari
Sep 19, 2001 5:15 PM
what did the frame weigh?
re: here it is after all the discussionclimbo
Sep 20, 2001 4:10 AM
? I put it together in the shop before I took it home. I suppose it weighs 21 pounds less all the other parts, I'd say around 4.5 lbs for the frameset but that is a wild ass guess.