yes baby.. eno rules!!
just fixed my old blizzard.. now i think it had every conversion thrown at it.. i welded a disc tab on it a couple of years back, and now it has been simplified .. and iīm in love again.. fixie mtb..ahh
i threw on a set of t.a. track cranks and a miche box. build up the wheel on a ritchey rock rim.. i took the advice from the 63xc crowd and threw a 42x18 gear on it..
i was very impressed with the build quality of the eno .. really smooth out of the box which really donīt mean shi*, but still.. and all the threads was super quality even the lockring thread, which is kinda rare..
72 & Sunny
oh. you're not talking about Brian.
Originally Posted by adamkell
yep, that's what I thought too LOL
Retrogrouch in Training
Congrats on the Eno buildup.
Btw, for the budget conscious looking for a cheapo SS/fixed mtb hub, I just finished building up a wheel with the 135mm IRO fixed/fixed and it seems pretty excellent. Tony says it's the same hub Kogswell sells but it's only $40 for a rear as opposed to Kogswell's $80 for a set.
Really happy, can't wait for snow.
Beausage is Beautiful
i was looking at those iro pages and it seems a sweet deal, but i just bought a set of phil to my growing collection of hubs.. they are sweet and more along the lines of moneis not an object -budget..
so the iroīs are not justafiable.. just now..
i canīt wait to get out and smell the trees..