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Old 07-28-10, 10:56 AM   #1
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Show me some Steep Angled Dropouts

I'm looking for some visual help here please... I need to see what a bike with dropouts angled in excess of 38 degrees looks like as a basis for comparison.


I assume it should be pretty obvious looking if it was angled that steeply.

I'm curious because I need to pick up a set of anti-rotation washers for a shimano nexus hub and they are dropout-angle dependent.
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My one Nexus install is on a 20 drop out so no pics but according to the Non-Turn Washer Application Chart the 7R/7L washers (black/grey) should work in both 20 and 38 dropouts.
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Thank you! That chart is most helpful and it looks like you're totally right on that one, I'll need the black/grey 7R/L washers.

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