Thread: Chain alignment
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Old 05-05-2011, 04:20 PM
gphil gphil is offline
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Default Re: Chain alignment

It is not off that much guys, its just that I like things to be perfect in a unperfect world. Thanks for the information. The fenders on this Cranny are so flimsy that keeping them may not be an option, stronger bracing for sure. On another note, saw a setback post on Cycles US that were really priced low. However they did not look like they extended far enough rearward for me. Any one use them? I saw what some have written on the site but I am limited right now to manufacture my own. Thanks for the come back.
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