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    Chain Tugs w/ Derailleur Hanger

    anyone used anything like these before?


    http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...11&category=55

    kinda cool considering that you can have the option to run a derailleur on a hori-dropout frame considering that my apt is big enuf to house one bike only. but the big question is that...does it really work?

    anyone?

    cheers

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    I don't know if it does but another tugg that works perfectly with horiz drops is the Surly Tuggnut
    http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...ls.php?id=2211
    Here's how I ran it
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/gyeswho...10043/sizes/l/

    The thing I like about the tuggnut is it requires no tools even though it's a bit heavy

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    sorry ..what i meant was ..maybe it would be kinda cool to be able to run a derailluer bikes with a horizontal dropouts like my jamie roy or any track bikes if a need arises.

    so anyone have or had experiences with these?

    cheers

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    Ohhh I got you. that really seems cool!

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    that would be cool! someone should try that out.
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    the guy must have been like holy ****? this kid on a fixie is killin it without engine motors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conor View Post
    that would be cool! someone should try that out.
    I am seriously tempted to but the only problem is dropout spacing and have a cassette fit. You'd probably need like a 4 or 5 speed cassette right?

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    the jamie roy has 130mm spacing.
    Quote Originally Posted by andre nickatina View Post
    the guy must have been like holy ****? this kid on a fixie is killin it without engine motors.

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    You'd have to run full housing too. But that would be fun. someone do it and post pics!

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    Wasn't someone looking for a track frame with a hanger on here a bit ago?
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrenceterrenc View Post
    sorry ..what i meant was ..maybe it would be kinda cool to be able to run a derailluer bikes with a horizontal dropouts like my jamie roy or any track bikes if a need arises.
    Ok guys. What on earth is this post saying.
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    I thought about this, and decided that i would just go Internal gear hub route instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by operator View Post
    Ok guys. What on earth is this post saying.
    he wants to run a derailer hanger on track ends so that way he can make the bike a multi-gear without having to buy another bike.

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    then he should just go and buy a crappy Nexave derailleur with a built in hanger and call it a day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baxtefer View Post
    then he should just go and buy a crappy Nexave derailleur with a built in hanger and call it a day.
    Fail

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrenceterrenc View Post
    sorry ..what i meant was ..maybe it would be kinda cool to be able to run a derailluer bikes with a horizontal dropouts like my jamie roy or any track bikes if a need arises.
    Track. Ends.

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