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    Tug my nuts.

    Will any of these bmx chain tensioners work on my iro mark v?

    http://www.danscomp.com/cgi-bin/haze...IL&item=440006

    I like the look of the star shaped spur looking one.

    Is there a difference other than basic design between these and lets say the surley tugnuts?

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    thanks for not picking me deimos's Avatar
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    ok ok i should be slapped for the lame ass thread title but really - will the bmx chain tensioners like the ones on that site be suitable for my mark v ends? lol - look i just became "senior" member for asking so many stupid n00b questions - hah

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    yeah, they should be alright, as far as i know.

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    Just stick to the ones for 3/8" axles. Larger 14mm axles are also popular in bmx. 14mm tensioners will have a big hole and may have protruding parts that won't fit into the 3/8" slot on 3/8" trackends.

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    Just spend the extra money on MKS ones.
    "I owe everyone an apology" - hyperrevue

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    just buy my surley's, i gotz 4 of them all new.

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