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    Spark 29 Chip Link, which position?

    hey guys. i just bought my Spark 29 and i'm curious to know what position you guys have your chip link (higher BB or Lower).

    i'll undoubtedly try them both out but just wanting to hear others experiences.

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    anybody? bueller? bueller? bueller?

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    Mines setup in the low position. I like the hi for the higher bottom bracket, and better climbing, and more aggressive position,but it causes a little back pain.

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    high

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    Thanks. Yeah I need to pick up a torque wrench because the thing wants 10nm specifically.

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    I've gotten used to mine in low after about four months, then I switched it to high noticed a little back pain not much advantage in handling for me. will be going back to low position.

    the nice thing is its easy to switch back and fro.

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    ok cool. yeah i was hoping one position over the other would reduce a bit of the MASSIVE amount of flex from the QR. any thoughts? when i turn hard the tire almost hits the fork

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    I think the wheel is the problem,don't think the chip position would effect it

    Pumaking switched to a different from fork,never saw if that helped the flex.

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