Old 12-01-05, 05:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Expatriate
To answer your question, you'll need to make a small roller/tension device on top of the right chain stay. Then you can run the belt over the stay. You'll need to remove the rear wheel to service the belt, but it's doable.
+1 - you beat me to it.


and as for the naysayers...I'm not sure you guys understand the point of a project like this. I'm pretty sure he's not going for maximum efficiency. Belt-driven is really cool.
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