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    info/impressions white ind ecc rear hub

    I'm looking at getting a white ind ecc uno rear hub for my alloy frame SS hack the tensioner options just don't do it.
    Fairly rare where I live, so how are they to use/maintain etc?
    I hve a set of white geared hubs and luv them. You views & thoughts appreciated.

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    I used one on my first singlespeed and it worked great with no issues. All White Industriies products are first rate. go for it!
    Nobody will hurt you more than yourself

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    ive had three, my latest is on trials bike. work amazing!
    get a freewheel while you're at it...

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    +1 on matching White Industries freewheel. Easy to use, but of course a little expensive especially when you consider having to have a custom wheel build... btw I got the black one, it's slick.

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    Mine works like a dream, I'd unhesitatingly recommend it to anyone.

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    Check your PMs.

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    They work extremely well, with a couple quirks. If the FC EBB didn't exist, then I'd argue the Eno Eccentric is the best method of tensioning a chain bar none, including SS specific frames.

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    The brake adapter is a pain in the rear, but once its set, you can just go out and ride without worries. I've even crashed hard on it and had no slippage.
    Like Guinness, SS MAKES YOU STRONG !!!

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    Had one on my monstercrosser for about 4 years. It's a really simple and elegant solution to tension. Once the paint on the inside of my dropouts was roughed up it's been a "set it and forget it" part - my favorite kind.

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