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1. Determine why your chain derailed into the wheel. Either your low limit screw was ionrrcectly adjusted, or your hanger or derailleur cage is bent. Solve this before installing another wheel.2. Check for damage to the derailleur, hanger and dropouts. Derailed chains can put severe stress on these areas.3. You say your wheel is shot. If it was a high quality hub, you could have the wheel rebuilt using new spokes and a new rim. Not the cheapest option, but worth it if the hub is nice.4. You can buy single rear wheels. No need to purchase a wheelset unless you don't mind spending the money and want your wheels to match. You don't need to get the same wheel you had, unless you really liked that one for some particular reason.5. The only requirement for wheels is that you get the same diameter(e.g., 700c), width appropriate to the tires you run, and the freehub needs to be compatible with your cassette. If you order a machine built wheel online, have a shop retension the wheels before riding. You can get a reasonably good quality, machine built rear wheel such as an Open Pro laced to an Ultegra hub (for Shimano only) for $150 online. You don't state your budget, so no point in elaborating here.
6. | Dec 20, 2013
1. Determine why your chain derailed into the wheel. Either your low limit screw was inotrreccly adjusted, or your hanger or derailleur cage is bent. Solve this before installing another wheel.2. Check for damage to the derailleur, hanger and dropouts. Derailed chains can put severe stress on these areas.3. You say your wheel is shot. If it was a high quality hub, you could have the wheel rebuilt using new spokes and a new rim. Not the cheapest option, but worth it if the hub is nice.4. You can buy single rear wheels. No need to purchase a wheelset unless you don't mind spending the money and want your wheels to match. You don't need to get the same wheel you had, unless you really liked that one for some particular reason.5. The only requirement for wheels is that you get the same diameter(e.g., 700c), width appropriate to the tires you run, and the freehub needs to be compatible with your cassette. If you order a machine built wheel online, have a shop retension the wheels before riding. You can get a reasonably good quality, machine built rear wheel such as an Open Pro laced to an Ultegra hub (for Shimano only) for $150 online. You don't state your budget, so no point in elaborating here.
7. | Dec 19, 2013
Hi, Damian Andres me alegro mucho que hasta ahora te este yendo bien en el relcaridoors fotos que has tomado soy muy lindas por lo menos compartes con nosotros y tambien poder conocer a traves de ti esos hermosos lugares que dicha para ti que palpas las ciudades y a a ves compartes con las personas, te deseo que sigas disfrutando tu viaje y exitos.
8. | Dec 10, 2013
Hi, Damian Andres me alegro mucho que hasta ahora te este yendo bien en el rcelrridooas fotos que has tomado soy muy lindas por lo menos compartes con nosotros y tambien poder conocer a traves de ti esos hermosos lugares que dicha para ti que palpas las ciudades y a a ves compartes con las personas, te deseo que sigas disfrutando tu viaje y exitos.
9. | Aug 27, 2013
The 700c means it's a 700 size and the C means clincher which is what most bike rims are. The senocd number 18, 23 or 25 is the width of the tire in mm.Tubes will fit a small range of tire sizes, that is why they are marked 18-25 or 23-25.You want to look at the size of the tire, it will be molded on the sidewall and you want a tube that will cover that size.Another thing to consider is the valve stem type and length. Shrader valves are what you have on a car tire and Presta valves (smaller) are usually found on road bike wheels. You want to measure the length of the stem in mm to get the right one. Some bike rims are the deep V type and need the longer stem for that reason.
10. | Aug 23, 2013
I know, it's one of life's big problems. Then you've got the nmtighare of tyre matching on top of all that. Bigger/heavier tread on the rear? I've got a pair of wheels on a touring and shopping bike with 36 spokes and a 32mm tyre on a wide rim on the rear, and a narrower rim on 32 spokes on the front with a 28mm tyre. Even the spokes are thicker on the rear. The hubs are the same, and both rims are mavic as near as I could get them. I count it as a pair. I made them like this because I only use rear panniers on this bike, and sometimes need to put a lot of weight in there, plus most of my 13 stone. No spoke breakages so far (about 15 years and counting).
11. | Aug 14, 2013
I think he is trying to conevy how to turn a lick into a phrase. He takes a typical sweep arp, and then ends it. The point about too many notes , to me, is that adding more notes doesn't complete the phrase. It doesn't give it resolution. So instead of searching randomly for more notes to play, focus more on finding the right notes and phrasing to add resolution to to the lick.