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Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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eliflap-scalpel
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not finished yet, waiting for Lefty

http://eliflap.it/2017/10/12/graveliflap-17/

little video with my way of feeling the ETAP disc

LTK 027 disc frame, 2013 cheaper chinese cyclocross frame
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by motorapido

Nice piece of work, any plans to modify the cage to get that top pulley closer on the smaller cogs.

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not required...
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Works for me too ;) Wolf Tooth Roadlink and Wifli derailleur.
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cerro wrote:Works for me too ;) Wolf Tooth Roadlink and Wifli derailleur.


how many tooth cassette is that?

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Seems to be an X01 10-42


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by Miller

Does anyone worry about putting a super-expensive rear mech on a gravel bike or is that just me?

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by Jowwy

I used the woolftooth to use a 40t cassette on my etap in the alps with a 46/34 sram red crankset

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Miller wrote:Does anyone worry about putting a super-expensive rear mech on a gravel bike or is that just me?


Why going down to lower level of human being counting everything with money?


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by Miller

Yeah... I hardly know where to start with that remark.

You just carry on enjoying your superior human status.

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Miller wrote:Does anyone worry about putting a super-expensive rear mech on a gravel bike or is that just me?


I think it's super good and my bike deserves it. Does it make any difference if it's a gravelbike or a roadbik?

Eliflap: Almost right, was a GX cassette, but now it sits a X01 cassette there :)
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Miller wrote:Does anyone worry about putting a super-expensive rear mech on a gravel bike or is that just me?


Kind of agree with you. If you crash it seems the later Shimano is smart since they moved the RD inboard.
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Miller wrote:Does anyone worry about putting a super-expensive rear mech on a gravel bike or is that just me?


Yup, I do! I can tell you that this is the #1 reason why I haven't put Di2 on my CX bike. I think this season, though, will be the tipping point. Too many missed shifts and dropped chains during races. I'm going to install 8000 after the season.
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by jeroenfl

I've had my fair share of cable problems. Replacing a di2 derailleur is cheaper than replacing a hydro shifter. Still way too expensive though, no argument there.

That said, I also have a cx/gravel singlespeed on 39/19.

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my project on 1x Etap is on gravel... first 50km done
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