Re: [rootsradicals] Chain issues
- On 2009-10-27, at 5:10 AM, andycotgreave wrote:
> HiNot like that -- that sounds wonky. Have that perhaps put the tongue
> My bike is currently at the bike shop getting the Xtracycle put on
> it. They say they've run into a hitch, with the chain running
> against the rear dropouts. They've ordered a chain tensioner
> (similar to the Surly Singulator) which they're going to put,
> inverted, to keep the chain higher up as it passes the dropouts.
> I haven't been able to get to the shop to see the problem, and I
> trust their mechanics. However, this problem does surprise me a
> little. The frame is a standard MTB frame, so I would have thought
> the chain routing wouldn't be a problem.
> Is chain routing a common problem?
of the FreeRadical up too high?
How small is your smallest cog?
The common problem is that your chain brushes against the oversized