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Whykickamoocow

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I need to replace my chain and cassette on my Giant Atx860 MTB, 9 speed.

What price should I pay for a decent chain, and cassette.

I have been given diffrent prices. Thanks, WK
 
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S o r n i

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Whykickamoocow wrote:
> I need to replace my chain and cassette on my Giant Atx860 MTB, 9 speed.
>
> What price should I pay for a decent chain, and cassette.
>
> I have been given diffrent prices.

Depends on quality level of components you buy. Decent price for both might be $40-45, up to $70-
80 or more.

Bill "SRAM PC 59 w/LX cassette should work fine for long time" S.
 
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Qui si parla Ca

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wkmoo-<< I need to replace my chain and cassette on my Giant Atx860 MTB, 9 speed.

What price should I pay for a decent chain, and cassette. >><BR><BR>

Sram-PC-59 is $20 and a decent cogset is about $40...

Peter Chisholm Vecchio's Bicicletteria 1833 Pearl St. Boulder, CO, 80302
(303)440-3535 http://www.vecchios.com "Ruote convenzionali costruite eccezionalmente bene"
 
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Paul Kopit

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On Tue, 2 Mar 2004 16:08:37 +1000, "Whykickamoocow"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>I need to replace my chain and cassette on my Giant Atx860 MTB, 9 speed.
>
>What price should I pay for a decent chain, and cassette.
>
>I have been given diffrent prices. Thanks, WK
>
<$75, Sram 59 and XT 750 cassette
 
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Carl Fogel

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"Whykickamoocow" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> I need to replace my chain and cassette on my Giant Atx860 MTB, 9 speed.
>
> What price should I pay for a decent chain, and cassette.
>
> I have been given diffrent prices. Thanks, WK

Dear CowDefender,

You can browse 9-speed cassettes, chains, and combination offers at:

www.performancebike.com www.nashbar.com

They offer SRAM, Shimano, and house brands. Nashbar ranges from $33 to $70 for cassettes.
Performance ranges from $35 to $155 for cassette and chain combination offers. Their prices are
likely to be lower than a local bike shop, but there's shipping and handling versus local taxes.

Your local bike shop offers the same things shipped from the same manufacturers, along with advice
of varying quality.

You can get even more advice and often mailorder service from the bicycle dealers who ladle out gobs
of good advice in this newsgroup.

Their posts usually include their web sites and phone numbers. In reverse alphabetical order, (I'm
feeling silly this morning) here are a few of the usual suspects:

Andrew Muzi John Dacey Peter Chisholm Sheldon Brown

The good news is that most riders can't tell much difference between the cheap and the costly
versions when blindfolded, so you can probably pedal whatever you buy.

The bad news is that you aren't blindfolded and have far too many choices to make a sensible
decision. If you liked your old cassette, at least get the same range of teeth. If not, have fun
experimenting.

Good luck,

Carl Fogel
 

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