I knew getting a unicycle and learning how to ride was going to be challenging and of course before my purchase i made all the right choices of research of how to ride and where to go to join a unicycle group so i wouldn't be learning alone. If you are planning on getting a unicycle do the research don't just decide to get a unicycle and think its going to be easy...its a skill that has to be learned and practiced so you need to have patience with it.
I bought these for an old 26\" bike. The old shift cables were a little rusty and some strands were broken causing friction into the housing.\nThis product came in pair for the rear and front derailleur.\nThe installation was a breeze.\nIt does come with the cables.\nThe end of both cables are soldered so it wont fray and you won't need to crimp any caps to the ends unless you decide to cut the cable to size.\nThe rear cable is maybe 1 foot longer than I need, I just rolled it up.\nThe front cable is also about 1 foot longer.\nSome minor adjustment was needed to the derailleurs.\nThe right grip does shift correctly in increments after adjusting the cable tension.\nThe left grip is not as precise but I am pretty sure it is because of the adjustment of the front derailleur and not a problem with the grip itself. (I have to relieve the pressure on the pedals in order to shift down)\nThe shifting is smoother going up then going down but I believe it is because of the needed friction to fight the derailleur spring to stay in gear.\nIn conclusion, I would buy it again.\nI did not even look at the instructions.
The 250910 Alloy Quick Release Seat Pin makes adjustments on your bicycle a breeze.
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I have a really old Made in the USA Huffy MTB and a really really old Sears and Roebuck Free Spirit 3spd. I put one of these on both of them and they work great! It is a lot easier to adjust the seat, replace it, or take it with you for security.