8t cassette drivers

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9/12/2009 6:08 PM

Some people have told me that they're not good. Whats the deal with them?

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9/12/2009 6:13 PM

i dont know, but smaller drivers tend to wear out easier than say a 10 tooth

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9/12/2009 6:57 PM

super mega micro gear ratios put a lot more stress on the driver and chain. I'd personally stick w/ a 9 or 10 tooth driver.

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9/12/2009 7:02 PM

GorillaTactics wrote:

super mega micro gear ratios put a lot more stress on the driver and chain. I'd personally stick w/ a 9 or 10 tooth driver.

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9/12/2009 7:09 PM

i ride an 8t perfectly fine

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9/12/2009 7:11 PM

Eight Pack wrote:

i ride an 8t perfectly fine

Yeah its basically the same stress as a 9t

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9/12/2009 7:18 PM

i like it

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9/12/2009 9:00 PM

the bearings are smaller so they're prone to blow out faster and easier than a 9t with needle bearings or a 10t+ with sealed bearings. it's also not good for the chain since the ratio is so small.

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9/12/2009 9:27 PM

Kenealy wrote:

the bearings are smaller so they're prone to blow out faster and easier than a 9t with needle bearings or a 10t+ with sealed bearings. it's also not good for the chain since the ratio is so small.

yes. plus I hate half link chains, they stretch out too fast.

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9/12/2009 9:49 PM

Plus if you have chainstays in a weird place you have to keep your chain insanely tight to stop chainslap

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9/12/2009 9:55 PM

dude theyre fine just take take them out and just leave them alone ive had mine for about a year and a half now

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9/12/2009 9:56 PM

cupovjoe wrote:

Plus if you have chainstays in a weird place you have to keep your chain insanely tight to stop chainslap

this happened to me. and it munched my frame away. so dont do it.

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9/12/2009 9:56 PM

8t drivers break so easy

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9/12/2009 10:02 PM

i have 10t id say its the best size not too small not too big

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9/12/2009 10:39 PM

get a 9t end thread

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9/13/2009 4:36 PM

never had a problem

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