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post #39 of Old 06-29-2013
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Re: Cost to Replace Chainplates? Should I Walk Away?

As i said titanium is not the way to go. Save yourself the time and $. 316 is fine dude. Bed it correctly and no worries for atleast 3 years. I dont know about your chainplates speific but mine are very easy to pulland check up close every year.
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