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Anybody have any experience with Axiom`s No-Railleur.
It`s pretty in-expensive but comes with no set up instructions.
I`m just wondering how it compares to other tensioners.
 

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Probably not a good idea

I work at a shop and we have found the Axiom unit's spring is prone to breakage. You would be better served at that price by a Sora or Alivio rear derailleur, or if weight is an issue find a used singulator on Ebay.
 

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spring

I'm on my second No-raileur, the spring broke. But it wasn't a big deal. Went to my LBS and had a free replacment put on in five minutes. (lifetime warranty)

It works ok, but it isn't ideal... imho
 

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Any specific install instructions.
Being you`ve been running it for a while,you have far more experience than i.
This is going on my first ss.
I`m not keen on running any tensioners but an eno hub is not in the budget right now.
 

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DirtSpin said:
Any specific install instructions.
Being you`ve been running it for a while,you have far more experience than i.
This is going on my first ss.
I`m not keen on running any tensioners but an eno hub is not in the budget right now.
It has a little pin that rests on the deraileur hanger, I set mine so it was back about 1/2 a turn away from the hanger's stopper, leaving it with only a 1/4 inch or of give. Meaning it can't slacken the chain very much at all.

some pics of my ride... MTBR gallery It's the red Devinci
 
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