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PostPosted: Sat Dec 20, 2003 3:50 pm 
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is it compactible? :cry:


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why not?

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i tried to put road bike clipless pedal on mtb? any comments? any mud clearance? hehe


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The inner curve on a road FD is designed around use with a 52/53t C-Ring. A std MtB FD is designed around a 42/44t C-Ring (XTR 952/3 was designed aroung a 48 ).

Shifting will not be paticularly good as the FD cage does not contact at the right points - it might work in the stand, but not under load.


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I have a 39-46 on my cycle crossbike, and it works fine.
I guess you want to use a road derailleur for double chainrings?
Most road derailleurs can only work smooth with a difference of 14t


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I ride 2 x 9 on my mtb with no problems. You only have to adjust the FD right with the shifters. :up:

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