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Old July 1st 03, 03:49 AM
Corvus Corvax
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Sometimes you wonder.

I have been riding my SS MTB for years. Thousands of miles. And I have
never noticed that it doesn't really seem to need a chain tensioner
when I run it in 36x18.

****!

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Old July 1st 03, 04:29 AM
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Default The damndest thing

Sometimes you wonder.

I have been riding my SS MTB for years. Thousands of miles. And I have
never noticed that it doesn't really seem to need a chain tensioner
when I run it in 36x18.

****!

CC


That's pretty funny cause I've been DH'ing a couple seasons now with my triple rings and front der attached without any kind of
tensioner; I've never dropped a chain!
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Old July 1st 03, 04:19 PM
James Messick
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"Slacker" wrote in message
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Sometimes you wonder.

I have been riding my SS MTB for years. Thousands of miles. And I have
never noticed that it doesn't really seem to need a chain tensioner
when I run it in 36x18.

****!

CC


That's pretty funny cause I've been DH'ing a couple seasons now with my

triple rings and front der attached without any kind of
tensioner; I've never dropped a chain!
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Slacker


What? No rear der.?


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Old July 2nd 03, 12:12 AM
Slacker
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That's pretty funny cause I've been DH'ing a couple seasons now with my
triple rings and front der attached without any kind of
tensioner; I've never dropped a chain!
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Slacker



That's just because you go so slow! ;^P

Mike



hehehe...actually, there's some truth in that statement
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