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Old 11-23-22, 03:31 PM
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Bike shop will do the install I am ordering the parts else where. Sale ends tomorrow I think so I wanted to get the order in.
I think you need one like this: Wheels MFG BSA Road 68mm Bottom Bracket | Jenson USA

English threaded, 68mm for Shimano Hollowtech.
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Originally Posted by Mojo31 View Post
I think you need one like this: Wheels MFG BSA Road 68mm Bottom Bracket | Jenson USA

English threaded, 68mm for Shimano Hollowtech.
I like Genejocky idea better, itís cheaper.
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I enjoy my daily Wordle. Just curious if anyone here has tried Quordle? You try to solve 4 separate Wordles in 9 shots. I know there are a lot of Wordle variants, but we enjoy this one and didnít know if anyone else had come across it.
I had not heard of it; that is beautiful and horrible and I love it.

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Originally Posted by Mojo31 View Post
I think you need one like this: Wheels MFG BSA Road 68mm Bottom Bracket | Jenson USA

English threaded, 68mm for Shimano Hollowtech.
They make good stuff. I got a Wheels Mfg. Thread Together BB to replace what I THOUGHT was a creaking press-fit BB in the Canyon. Silly me. It turned out the seatpost clamping area needed new assembly paste.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
I like Genejocky idea better, itís cheaper.
That's fine. I was just using that one as a guide for fitment.
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That's fine. I was just using that one as a guide for fitment.

Octalink?
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Iíve been doing 4Runners for the last 15 years. Just traded in my last one for a new 2022 lease. I love all the new safety features my last one didnít have, especially that rear cross traffic alert.
AG's has that; mine only has the regular blind-spot and rear camera. Been enough for me, knock on wood.

Man, leasing 4Runners... they should last forever. If I moved up there I'd threaten to buy it off you.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Octalink?
Octalink just describes the BB spindle and how it and the crank fit together. It was the next step after square taper spindles, but was superceded by the current hollow spindle that's an integral part of the drive side crank, then the NDS crank fits over the splined end of the spindle, you use a special tool to push the NDS crank in to set the bearing preload, and then there are two pinch bolts on the spindle end of the NDS crank you need to torque down, which holds the whole thing together.
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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
Octalink just describes the BB spindle and how it and the crank fit together. It was the next step after square taper spindles, but was superceded by the current hollow spindle that's an integral part of the drive side crank, then the NDS crank fits over the splined end of the spindle, you use a special tool to push the NDS crank in to set the bearing preload, and then there are two pinch bolts on the spindle end of the NDS crank you need to torque down, which holds the whole thing together.

My bike shop mechanic just told me thatís what I need, I sent him the one you mentioned and he said no. However, I donít think he understands what I am trying to do, and a quick search shows that a bike with english threads and r7000 equals the one you mentioned.
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Originally Posted by Bah Humbug View Post
AG's has that; mine only has the regular blind-spot and rear camera. Been enough for me, knock on wood.

Man, leasing 4Runners... they should last forever. If I moved up there I'd threaten to buy it off you.

I think Iím buying a tundra next year. Best price for what I can get. I hate dodge but that TRX wins in my opinion, but I am trying to keep the cost under 50k.
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Dumb question number 3: This clamp that the front derailer is attached to, is this considered Braze on? could I fit the new front derailer onto it, or do I need to order the band on.



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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
My bike shop mechanic just told me thatís what I need, I sent him the one you mentioned and he said no. However, I donít think he understands what I am trying to do, and a quick search shows that a bike with english threads and r7000 equals the one you mentioned.
Octalink will not work with Shimano R7000. No way, no how.

I hope they are not paying that guy more than minimum wage. And, I'd quite relying on him.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Dumb question number 3: This clamp that the front derailer is attached to, is this considered Braze on? could I fit the new front derailer onto it, or do I need to order the band on.



No X 2.
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Order the new band that is made to go with R7000.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Dumb question number 3: This clamp that the front derailer is attached to, is this considered Braze on? could I fit the new front derailer onto it, or do I need to order the band on.



Not braze on. Clamp on. Either buy clamp on FD, or see if problem solvers etc. makes a clamp to mimic a braze on mount.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
My bike shop mechanic just told me thatís what I need, I sent him the one you mentioned and he said no. However, I donít think he understands what I am trying to do, and a quick search shows that a bike with english threads and r7000 equals the one you mentioned.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure he doesn't. Maybe he thinks you're just replacing the bottom bracket and keeping the cranks? Or maybe he thinks you're putting 105 5500 cranks on?
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
what do I need to put an R7000 crankset on here. Ordering it tomorrow I think.
Matching bottom bracket. Hollowtech II, BSA threaded for a 68mm BB shell.
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A completely different bottom bracket. The R8000 Ultegra one should work.

If you are seriously asking what you need, then what you need is to take it to a shop. You don't have the tools to do this.

EDIT: You need at least 3 tools you probably don't have JUST to take the old BB out.
Correct.
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Not braze on. Clamp on. Either buy clamp on FD, or see if problem solvers etc. makes a clamp to mimic a braze on mount.
The R7000 FD comes in 31.8 with an adapter for 28.6, which is what you want. OR you need a braze on and an adapter. I'd probably go for the former.
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Dumb question number 3: This clamp that the front derailer is attached to, is this considered Braze on? could I fit the new front derailer onto it, or do I need to order the band on.
The clamp band on that derailleur stays on that derailleur. The new derailleur will need to be clamp band mount. Not direct mount.

Also, you'll need a FD with the correct diameter clamp.
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It was a little windy yesterday and we got most of it on the return trip which is where they wanted to push it, of course. A little tired today I wanted to take the mtb out to the dam and spin around without cars. It was supposed to be more windy today but it was not windy at all. I took a couple pics.

After a few miles on the street I ride across the top of the dam. Looking out across the basin where the lake used to be. I know the trails to get to the top of that little peak on the far right but I'm not going up there today.

After riding down and around below the dam I saw these guys swimming near the intake of the dam.
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AG's has that; mine only has the regular blind-spot and rear camera. Been enough for me, knock on wood.

Man, leasing 4Runners... they should last forever. If I moved up there I'd threaten to buy it off you.
I wish I had known, they screw you with the evaluation of the trade-in. They only gave me 4k in equity despite that vehicle being in mint condition; PLUS the mileage was 11k under the limit because, you know, there was this little health scare in 2020 and the vehicle seldom went anywhere. I could have gotten a way better deal selling it myself. Live and learn.
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