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pritchet74 wrote:I just found the Red FD unacceptably slow. Try a DA FD and I think you will like it better.
pritchet74 wrote:What type of FD are you using though? If SRAM then you might want to get a DA one as it might shift better with the FL rings. Just speculating though and also I had a Red FD and it was garbage on regular rings. The FL rings need a good strong derailleur the proper shifting.
Fibre-Lyte wrote:I'd be tempted to agree with that. The only shifting issues we've come across with customer feedback recently is cases where they are using an Sram Red fd. I don't have personal experience of that fd, but based on customer feedback I'd be tempted to avoid it. I'm told the Force is ok though?
Regarding the TA Squale, I like the style of the chainring but (just a personal thing) I don't like the hidden bolt head idea. I like to be able to see them, I think it makes for a better look. Just my opinion
pritchet74 wrote:Lifespan will depend heavily on your riding style. I have been on mine for over a year and I don't exactly baby them. I don't ride a ton of miles, but all of the terrain I ride is rolling so I shift a LOT. I will probably get a new set this winter.
mdeth1313 wrote:looks great. I like the cranks w/out the old ford logo on there. I still prefer my zipp cranks however!
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