|So much better. If nothing else, I had to post this photo to overcome the previous post's ugly jammage|
The miles and the wear they induce in parts serves as its own log for me. I fix it when it needs it, or in this case, a little bit later than that. I had the NOS Biopace chain rings, a new chain, and a new set of cogs in my parts box, so off with the old, on with the new! I must be living right because the new drive train required no derailleur adjustment after installation. My theory about replacing with the same/similar parts held true, in this case.
Regarding the breaking loose of old chain ring bolts, two words: penetrating oil. That stuff is magic.
|Computer designed! Hot late 80s marketing text.|
|I take photos during the work in case I need to figure out how something goes...|
|...like chain ring spacers. Would love to have a chat with the guy who thought up those.|