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Old 01-05-10, 07:31 AM   #1
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Eno Eccentric hub- crank chainline compatibility

I know the ENO Eccentric hub from White industries makes a chainline of 47.5 which matches the Sugino RD crank with a 110mm BB. Has anybody found any other crank/BB combos out there that will also work?
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Old 01-05-10, 12:03 PM   #2
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Chainring on the outside of a road double with it's recommended BB will get you pretty close. With a slightly longer spindle you'll be really close.
Should also be pretty well spot on for the middle ring of a MTB triple, I believe this is what White Industries was intending with this hub.

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just FYI the fixed cog on the ENO is splined now, not threaded, so you gotta buy the WI proprietary cogs... some places might still have old stock? the chain line hasn't changed though...

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eno splined chainline

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the chain line hasn't changed though...
if you have one to measure, it's about a 44mm chainline on the splined side.

http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...=1#post9102438
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on the splined version the cog has an offset so you can change the chain line depending on how its installed. one way lines up with the outside of a road double and the other way the inside of a mtb triple.

i have mine set up with a campagnolo centaur 10spd crank, the standard 102mm chorus bb, and the chainring installed on the outside. the chain line apears perfect.

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This post is not dead yet...

I'm getting about 43mm on my fixed side also. The free side is 47.5. Anyone else getting these measurements.
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