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Old 12-09-04, 11:44 PM   #1
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Does the P2 have a front derailuer?

I was looking on the website and the picture doesn't show one, nor does the description list. This sucker only have one chainring?
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Old 12-09-04, 11:44 PM   #2
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If it isn't mentioned, then there isn't one.
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One's all you need. Oh and maybe a tensioner\ guide.
I run a mono ring on a 22lb bike, on a 35lb bike i'd want a double ring me thinks.


'CHAIN GUIDE Truvativ BOX Guide, ISCG mount, for 38t chainring' hmmmm, Maelstrom said they were noisy high and low gear.

38T is my choice of single ring -to a 12-28 cogset tho- (soon to run an 11).

What's the weight on this bike? I kinda like it..

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Probably closer to the weight you'd want a dual ring for...

A lot of people have the E.thirteen single-ring chainguide thing, but it's pretty expensive ($120 I think)
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my fiend has a p.2 for 04 and i has one. the 05 doesnt have a front derallier.
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Yeah, I saw the 04 had one but the 05 didn't. Seems perfect for what the bike is for, although not what I'm looking for. Thanks guys
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