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    i don't stop travsi's Avatar
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    nut/chain tug identification

    this has probably already come forth in another thread, but i can't seem to find it.
    so, what kind of nut/nut-chain tug is this?

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    BTW, I've got a set and they're not very nice. They work decently well and are nice and cheap though.

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    thanks.

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    Mo' Senior SSSasky's Avatar
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    I think that's a pretty common BMX one ...

    Danscomp has them for 9.99 - look in the parts section

    http://www.danscomp.com/

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    here's a couple pics in case you'll be mounting on semi-horizontal forward facing dropouts:

    http://www.slopvehicle.info/blog/?p=14

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    The Silver Hammer emayex's Avatar
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    i love those...but they would never ever work on a surly frame

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    right...sub 11.0 or whatever trackends

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    MKS chain tensioners are the best in my opinion. They are durable and strong (NJS certified) and have a design that is simple and easy to use. I can micro adjust my chain tension perfectly with them and achieve perfect tension. They usually cost 30 dollars, which may seem expensive but I think they are well worth it. The BMX ones definitely are not as easy to use, plus they are for BMX, cheaper though they may be.

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