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PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 6:05 pm 
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Tiagra stays 10 speed and has adopted the four-arm chainset design and without the 53/39 as a standard option, a mid-compact 52/36 and the 50/34 standard compact are available. The chainset is also available as a triple as well.


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I might invest in the levers and FD for the bad weather bike. 4600 is all well and good, but a while on 6800 has reminded me that front shifting shouldn't need to be planned in advance.


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The shifting should be pretty close since the FD lever has been retained from the higher lever groups.....this looks like the perfect winter/rain bike group

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They have also made it look decent.

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All I'm interested in is the new rear derailleur, with 11-34T cassette capabilities and possibly the shifters. I have one concern, will the new derailleur have the same cable pull as Tiagra 4600 Shifters? Any guesses on cost? But it is great to see the trickle down! :D


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All I'm interested in is the new rear derailleur, with 11-34T cassette capabilities and possibly the shifters. I have one concern, will the new derailleur have the same cable pull as Tiagra 4600 Shifters? Any guesses on cost? But it is great to see the trickle down! :D


Unlikely to have the same cable pull, given the different FD design, probably the same as 5800.

Sad to see that the brakes haven't improved to a shoe/pad system and they're just the same single block, especially given how impressive the 5800 brakes are.


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