tiso pulleys

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MOTOMATT
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by MOTOMATT

where to get them in u.s.a ?
thnx

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A search of :google: turned up http://www.cyclinginnovations.com/newsite/products/tiso/Drivetrainrear.html They carry other Tiso parts.
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where to get them in u.s.a


Zoey is correct. The guys name at Cycling Innovations is Andrew. Seems to be a good guy. I ordered all my Tiso parts from him.

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thnx :thanx:

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do the Tiso pulleys save any weight over record pulleys?
WHat about performance?

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I dont think they save any wieght but I love how they work :thumbup:
I have used them on all my bikes for 6 yrs
I have not used tiso before , I used precision billets pulleys but I can't get those anymore :(

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@MOTOMATT
Not sure if you saw this thread but here you go. http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2472
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@Superlite

The performance is much better than my Chorus one's - The sealed cartridge bearings must be good!

I think savings is about 1-2g; and they wear out much slower (good for MTB's in particular).

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