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    hundies on a pugs? (or a 9 zero 7)

    Currently i have a set of RD for my pugs, with a 100mm non offset fork.. I was running a set of BFL with a reasonable amount of clearance in my fork, but i had some rubbing in the top cog on my 10spd cassette. seeing as i am running this thing 1X i really don't wanna lose any gears, and besides i have been lusting after a nate since he first time i saw one.

    Fast forward to now, i have my nate on the rear and BFL up front which is my fave tire choice. However i think the nate would be far better suited for the a 100mm rim like the CS. I was just wondering if anyone knows for a fact that it will clear the rear of a pugs with a nate?

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    your 29er may float over roots and rocks, but my superlight 26 just plain floats

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    no one? I'm not really married to the idea of the pugs, but i do prefer the 135 rear hub. has anyone tried the 9 zero 7 offset with a hundie and a nate?
    your 29er may float over roots and rocks, but my superlight 26 just plain floats

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    From the Pugsleys I've seem with hundos, they've either lost a decent amount of gears or went with an IGH.

    I'd like to do the same but I'm ok with 82mm GFS verses losing gears on my 1x9 setup, too. Have a 100 up front.

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    I hand a Nate on a RD on my 907 offset frame
    I am using a mwod ring set with all the gears in back
    I get chain rub on my Nate where it bulged out a little
    No way could I run a clown shoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by western high plains View Post
    I'd like to do the same but I'm ok with 82mm GFS verses losing gears on my 1x9 setup, too. Have a 100 up front.
    what fork are you running? also what tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerJoe View Post
    I hand a Nate on a RD on my 907 offset frame
    I am using a mwod ring set with all the gears in back
    I get chain rub on my Nate where it bulged out a little
    No way could I run a clown shoe

    Sj
    what's your spacer situation for the crankset? I'm only running a 28T granny ring on an isis crankset with 0 spacers, but an e type chainguide. I measured up my frame today and it has roughly 120mm of clearance, now i just need to find the actual measurement of a nate on a CS
    your 29er may float over roots and rocks, but my superlight 26 just plain floats

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    ^ Well, not that it should matter but Salsa Enabler and had both BFL and standard 3.7s in there.

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    my crank has the 2.5 mm spacer on the drive side
    even if I could fit a 100 rim in there with a bfl I would need a moon lander spindle to keep the gears
    if you are doing 1x9 your good and go for it
    If you want to run 2x9 or 2x10 forget it
    I am running 2x10 with the 20-33 mwod gear set and love the range
    allot of short steep climbs around here

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    Very reliable soarce says 4 3/8" Nate on Clown Shoe. (Lancelot)
    And I love beer!!

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    111mm, ****. that's pretty well the same size as the BFL/ CS on the moonlander we have at my shop. Guess i might stick with the nate/RD it leaves me with plenty of clearance from the chain and in the frame.

    oh well, thanks for the help guys!
    your 29er may float over roots and rocks, but my superlight 26 just plain floats

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    my Nates on RD's come in at 3.95" or 100.3mm
    looks like it would at least fit
    might lose one gear

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    ya i measured my nate on RD at 100mm with no rubbing but i'm sure on a hun it will rub
    your 29er may float over roots and rocks, but my superlight 26 just plain floats

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