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Old 07-30-09, 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by queerpunk View Post
doubtful.
Actually, quite possible.
A 2 tooth increase in the chain ring will mean a 1" increase in the chain path which will mean approximately 1/2" change in rear axle position. If the axle is currently near the front of the drop-out, then a an extra link may be required. Thinking it through further, an extra link should put the axle back to its original position.
Or maybe its way too early in the morning and my thinking is screwy.
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