bigpun2k6: sir u are patient expletives usually blurt out from me at times like 2:40 to 3:00 lol great vid and helpful.
Jason Thorne: I did not have a chain whip tool, so I used a pair of pointy nosed multi grips and the old chain. It worked well.
Simon Plunkett: Great video - no nonsense, really effective. Cheers!
Jason Bryant: Really pleased I found your channel. Great videos. Going to work through them and see some of your workouts. Great :)
james fleurimond: how'd he do that without getting his hands dirty
Mulberry2000: thanks mate good video
Kevin Sheehan: Thanks - the video was very helpful
Jose Esposito: Great video.
nealshireman: can I disassemble the cassette to clean it?
karystx: Great job!
Justin F: Clear, easy to follow, excellent quality. Respect for a quality video.
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David Taylor: Hello Chris:
Thank-you. Very nice. Clear. I have the task ahead with a remove and replace of the SRAM chain and 32-11, 9-speed rear cassette on my commuter. You have increased my confidence. From Seatac; thanks again, D.
Nicholas Muise: Awesome, thanks for taking the time to do a vid.
The Idaho Cyclist: I use lacquer thinner. Keep reusing it also. Dunk and clean with a tooth brush. Thanks for watching. Don't forget to "like" us and "share" us. Helps keep the channel going and more videos coming.
bikestang88: Great video - and now a question. I want to remove the cassette so I can thoroughly clean it. What do you recommend - dunk and scrub in a bucket? And what solution do you use? I have the Park Tool Chain Brite solution but that's pretty pricey. Is there an inexpensive alternative?
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