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    Good job! From 26er to 39er with one Click!

    Last edited by unigeezer; 08-14-2011 at 08:04 PM.
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    UNI you are a mad man. Cool video cool hub for the uni!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojojojoaf View Post
    UNI you are a mad man. Cool video cool hub for the uni!
    Thanks mojo!
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    Ever accidentally hit the shift button?

    Nice video what a great and original application of the Schlumpf system! Have you ever encountered instances when you accidentally hit the shift button?

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    Ooops, duplicate post. See original below.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rokit831 View Post
    Nice video what a great and original application of the Schlumpf system! Have you ever encountered instances when you accidentally hit the shift button?
    Thanks. Fortunately not, and that's because you have to make a deliberate inward pivot of your foot to depress the shift button, with the ankle area of your shoe. It's not actually that much of a pivot, but enough so that an unintentional shift is unlikely. And the only time it would be bad is if I was hauling butt in high, and inadvertently shifted to low!

    I would suddenly be spinning like I was in ultra-granny gear, and would be bucked off instantly, and probably go down pretty hard! Kind of like having a rug pulled out from under you (from behind) without warning. That's why when I have to downshift for a climb or whatever, I need to slow down quite a bit, and be ready for the 50% drop in gear ratio.
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    Thanks for the info. Florian designs some cool products.

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    ... and if we just ...

    Only Two gears?
    Do you not need more gears? and maybe more wheels?

    You have at last got a Guni

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