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I might be able to tell you if you can swap out your 11-32 with a 11-34 or 11-36 (or 12-34 or 12-36 depending on your groupset).
What,s the reason for using a 11-36 vs 12-36? Both are available.
I didn't know what shifters I had but the paperwork in my bike folder it says I have SRAM TT. I am curious how the shifters impact the cassette size?
LOTS of downtube shifting here in Madison WI and LOTS of manual transmission cars Russ. Jetta especially sells lots of them without having to special order them.
One time I was able to duct tape a freshly baked pie from a roadside stand to the front rack on way home from a long weekend tour.
Gee, I wish it had been restricted from me in July of 1970, when I started my 4.5 hellish months of basic and AIT there! Actually, rumors at that time were that it was a lot better than several other Army bases at the time (Fort Leonardwood. Fort Polk.....).
Actually, they did teach a good course on electronics at the time. Basic, however, was another matter. Don't get me going; sometimes I feel like I'm still recovering.
I'll counter that with....In Iowa there are three packed strips. One in the middle and one to each side. Cars stay on their side of the gravel. Even the non-packed parts of the road is rideable (in Iowa). Benefit of gravel is much fewer cars, you can hear them coming from a distance and they are speeding at 45mph (so much less speed than highway).