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Old 11-14-17, 03:41 PM   #26
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... @Doge, in case you're up for anecdotal, I'm running a wolf tooth ring and it's much better than the sugino track ring I was using....
I bought 3 Wolf-tooth and put them on DA cranks as 1X. They are nicely offset for the chain angle.
These are not on the cross bikes.
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The SRAM Force RD had narrow/wide pulleys. What is the advantage of that? They seemed to just offer more friction.
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anyone see ellen noble dropped her chain on her sram 1x bike this past weekend?
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