pinkheadedbug said:I looked at that thread and he doesn't have the same set-up. He's riding LX cranks. The response from Niner was that they've never had the problem in 30 builds. So I'm interested to see how it's working for other people rather than assuming it's a defect, as you do.
You're a nice enough guy, Lynx, but you don't have to patrol every thread.
What lead you to that strange conclusion?pinkheadedbug said:You're a nice enough guy, Lynx, but you don't have to patrol every thread.
I suppose it does make a change from your usual patronising posts.LyNx said:And yet I seem to have contributed something helpful to his thread, which is in contrast very different to your fantasticly helpful post :headphones: :ciappa:
CG, appreciate the thought and taken with sinceritypinkheadedbug said:Yeah I thought of that -- AFTER the ride. I think with a buddy it would be doable. Alone it might be a bit tricky but worth a try.
I use powerlinks so it's not that much of a deal to break the chain.
pinkheadedbug said:I'm thinking about your compact triple, Lynx. I'm one of those guys who changes as much on the front as the back, and a closer set of ratios could work for me.
When I was riding slickrock I was really hurting for a smaller gear, in line with the 26ers. So I'm thinking of notching down the whole crankset and also closing up the ratios.
Anyone done this?