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.
Chris Berry: Thanks for watching our videos. Don’t forget to “like” us “share” us and “subscribe” to our channel. A few clicks helps in convincing me to keep making videos. Find us on Facebook “The Idaho Cyclist” for more tips. Check out my cycling channel and subscribe to it also “theidahocyclist”. If you have found our videos helpful, you can donate to the making of new videos. Send any donations to PayPal at my email listed on my channel.
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.
Chris Berry: 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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