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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2009 11:52 am 
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Pace looking good yessir, but can't you change those dropouts for singlespeed ones and do away with the tensioner (I'm no Pace expert though) or, as you're using HT2 cranks, you could certainly install a Forward Components EBB.

One of these.......


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i may go ebb route, but not SS dropouts, too much hassle for rear disk setup in my experience! the cranks are modified M960s - read the spec! it too ages to write!

stickers all over what? my shed?!


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currie wrote:
i may go ebb route, but not SS dropouts, too much hassle for rear disk setup in my experience! the cranks are modified M960s - read the spec! it too ages to write!



I agree that vertical dropouts and EBB are the way to go for a SS - as far as the cranks go M960 are an HT2 crankset and I did read the spec.....


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ahh, all these acronyms flying around!, iv been out of the biking scene for 3-4 years and i dont even know what my cranks are!

hell i had to take it to the LBS cause my BB tool was out-of-date!

i take my spec reading remark back!


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 01, 2009 11:33 am 
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currie wrote:
ahh, all these acronyms flying around!, iv been out of the biking scene for 3-4 years and i dont even know what my cranks are!

hell i had to take it to the LBS cause my BB tool was out-of-date!

i take my spec reading remark back!


No probs. mate! - just me being too touchy :lol: :lol:


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