Last summer at a tandem rally I chatted with a couple who had toured from
the Maine coast into the adirondack with 10 speed friction. He reported
that on balance I found it easier and more reliable than indexed shifting.
Tandems, of course, have mega long cables which can easily throw indexing
out of alignment.
On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 7:38:16 PM UTC-4, Reed Kennedy wrote:
> And yes, I am glad to confirm that the Silver shifters pull plenty of
> cable for 10 speed on a standard pull derailleur. Don't know about a
> Dynasys one. I'd been planning to try it, but I think I'm gonna abandon
> that project now that I have the Velo Routier.
> I'll go so far as to say that 10 speed with Silver shifters is my current
> favorite drivetrain / shifter setup at the moment. And Cycles Toussaint
> liked it well enough to ship it as the stock setup on their complete bikes!
> On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 1:56 PM, Daniel Jackson <daniel.se...@gmail.com
>> My main reason for asking Clayton the question in the other thread was
>> just to be sure that the Silvers can actually pull enough cable to work
>> with 10 speed. I imagine there is no problem as overall cassette width
>> between 10 and 9 speed is negligible.
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