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    Quote Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
    Funny how these threads wander so far away from the point of the OP.
    As long as they don't stretch, they're OK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wood Devil View Post
    I'm upgrading the components on my indoor trainer bike, from 10-speed 105 to 11-speed Ultegra.

    I've got a 52/34 up front, and my cassette preference is usually 11-28T. Would I be needing a medium cage rear Ultegra 6800 or would a short cage work better?
    You have a 52/34 up front, really? That's an 18 tooth drop. Does it shift OK? A 52/36 or 50/34 is a big enough drop as it is.
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