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    Best chaintugs for an Inbred SS Ltd.

    I'm thinking about replacing my HT frame with an Inbred 26" SS frame ($180 + shipping!). The HT was recently converted to SS using a chain tensioner but I want something cleaner. I've heard that the Inbred SS works well with chaintugs but I've also heard that On One's chaintugs aren't great.

    Which ones have people had the most success with on an Inbred?
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    Surly tugnut works fine

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    I don't run any at the moment, just Halo Hex Key skewers. Works with XT skewers and no chain tugs as well.

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    +1 on the Surly TugNut. I run it only on the drive side, and it works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSteel View Post
    +1 on the Surly TugNut. I run it only on the drive side, and it works fine.
    I prefer the Surly Tugnut over the On-One (sorry Brant), as it has only 1 screw, which is adjustable without tools.
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