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Gearbox removal

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Re:Gearbox removal 2017/01/07 14:52:34 (permalink)
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I've got a cheap one (rather than a Quaife), and the quality seems very high regardless.

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Re:Gearbox removal 2017/02/14 22:14:23 (permalink)
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an update.. I grabbed a quickshift from Yesterford also.
I'm sure it's the same as you see from uk, but Mikes prices are ok and he has helped me with some other gear.
It looked pretty good quality wise, and I can see what you guys have mentioned regarding how it can be noisy.
I filled the inner shifter cover with a bit of grease, and cable tied the inner cover down tight a bit, hopefully to might dampen the vibrations.
It feels great though, and I cant wait to try it out.
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