Sram Wifli chain sizing
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    Sram Wifli chain sizing

    Hi! Hope someone could help me with this.
    I have a Rival group and I'm replacing the RD for a Wifli and a 11-32 (1070) cassette.
    Its the first time I'm sizing and replacing a new chain (1090). My question is:
    The Sram recomended BIG/BIG + 2 method applies to the 11-32 and Wifli rear dereillure longer cage?

    Thanks

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    You can do that, or big/big through the derailleur since the 32 will be the largest cassette you'll ever use. Most of the experienced mechanics on the forum will recommend small/small as that ensures the longest (thus safest and smoothest running) chain that will still work.
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    Thanks a lot!
    I'm going for the big/big method and double check with the small/small.

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