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    Drives me crazy about the hollowpoint frames

    I hate the fact that when the chains falls off, you can't pedal to try to get it back on the gears. If you do, it gets caught in the linkages. Really pisses me off sometimes. What does eveyone else think about this?

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    See my post...

    "trouble" below. And I stopped pedaling almost immediately.

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    I am surprised that not many other people have an opinion about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibud2
    I am surprised that not many other people have an opinion about this.
    have never had the problem has allways gone right back on for me

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    Smile

    I've had it happen once or twice, but not enough to bother me...shifting up and peddling easy usually moves it right back up. Also, you can adjust the front Derailleur setup screw so that it won't over shoot when you shift down. ~eyeguy

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