Don't have vertical dropouts but you still want to convert your first mountain bike into a single-speed No problem, the Surly Singleator is here to make your life easier and less expensive. Thread the Singleator onto your derailleur hanger and kiss pesky chain-slack buh-bye.
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I've got really mixed opinions on Surlys chaintensioner. :confused:
Some say it's good.. others it's bad.. So are there monday pieces at the market or can't people read the instruction or shorten the chain enough so it wouldn't jump?
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Putting together a 91 DB Axis. Have almost all the correct parts to assemble it. Then Im gonna go single speed, Ultimately Ill build a set of wheels around Eno hubs (eccentric rear). For now I want to run a tensioner.
Surley seems to have good reviews. Any experience with them?Read More »
I'm looking for your thoughts on the Yess ETR/B vs the Surly Singleator.
I'm going to be building up a single speed with vertical dropouts and I am considering both of these tensioners and wonder which you guys think is better and why.
The Yess tensioner looks pretty cool, but I also know lots ... Read More »
I want to get a Surly Singleator...does anyone know if I can take the inner and outer chainguides off and only have the jockey wheel?
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I have the Surly Singleator on my newly converted Ti SS and am having problems setting the tension. I have tried facing it away from the crank, tighten it, then swing it forward to where it is under the chain. It will not keep tension! I can move it by had anywhere and it stays in that position. Do ... Read More »