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    Interbike = new ENO

    I have seen the top of the mountain...and it is good.

    I will soon include new links to the WhiteInd.com site. New ENO stuff, like an eccentric disc hub, which is SWEEEEEET! Track cogs, the Double chainring and Double freewheel and track cogs. And a lot of love. Ernesto From Wisconsin in Las Vegas.

    Bite me

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    thunder; stolen

    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    Double freewheel and track cogs.
    Bite me
    consider yourself bitten.

    here's a shot of the 2-in-1 track cog by White Ind. Modeled on my svelte ring finger. Gotta be quicker than that in this day n age, ErNestO.

    Lynnette at White told a funny story about how they flipped their CAD view to do the other side of the freewheels but didn't realize that it also reversed their chosen name of "The One". Then they ran the batch. Thus, ENO was born, albeit accidentally. Fortunately they loved it and it stuck.
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    eccentric ENO disc mount

    the elusive eccentric disc mount for the ecc. White Ind. says should be available this December. The circle is now complete
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    So where are their cranks?

    Any new info on their cranks? Are they stiffer than the old RF Next? Where the hell did all the square tapers go?

    Hey Ernesto/Hollywood get some pics from the philwood booth, any ISIS bb going to be offered from them?

    Sucks that the RF snapped after one season of riding, and I'm only 175# hate to think of anyone larger riding their stuff.

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    [QUOTE=Hollywood]consider yourself bitten.

    Gotta be quicker than that in this day n age, ErNestO.
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    First the freewheel tool, now this. That infant must be slowing him down.

    'Splain this disc adapter to me.

    For post mount a la Hayes, Avid, etc.?

    Allows me to use standard disc hub on a frame with track ends and disc mount?

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    <--------Confused

    I've never seen an eno eccentric in person, just in pics. Do they offer the ecc for use with disc brakes? I couldn't find one on the website. What fxn does that disc mount serve?

    Please excuse my ignorance on these matters eno.
    Taking it easy for all you sinners.

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    eliptical

    as the ENO eccentric disc hub gets adjusted for tension, the rotor also moves eliptically. So this caliper mount allows your caliper to swing into the right position to match the rotor. Otherwise the rotor would bury into the caliper.

    Then set it and forget it.

    make sense? if not, have 3 beers and start drawing ovals on a sheet of paper

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    woooohoooo!

    thanks ernesto and hollywood!

    that is some great news! hopefully it'll take a couple of months for those to hit the market, 'cuz my bank account and wallet are running for cover already.
    To air is human, to dig is divine.

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    disc

    Quote Originally Posted by chuffer
    thanks ernesto and hollywood!

    that is some great news! hopefully it'll take a couple of months for those to hit the market, 'cuz my bank account and wallet are running for cover already.
    ha! Same here. I need to find a vert drop frame with disc tabs. I am thinking Surly Instigator, or something that a member from this board's willing to part with for cheap.

    I'm at the airport...sleepless night...sleeeeepy (yes, I do sleep)...waiting for the plane to take my Veg-ass back ro Wisconsin, because that's where I am from.

    Met Hollywood, he's a mofo good gooy. Met Shiggy. He's mofo good gooy squared.

    Saw a lot of SS from a lot of manufacturers at Interschlong. Trek, Scott, Fuji, Rivendell, bla bla bla...all because I cam turn frames SS specific with the ENO Eccentric hub.

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    How does Veg-ass compare to Camp-ass?
    bus driver wanna be

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    I wonder who will be the first manufacturer to offer a fully singlespeedable frame WITHOUT an EBB, sliding drops or a gear hanger - but fully ENO'd up. That'd be lovely.

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    I wonder how the weight of the eccentric ENO hub and disk mount compare to an EBB? A drilled out EBB is pretty light...

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    I wonder why coffee makes me wanna poo in the morning. It's usually EBB poo too. Although the occasional ENO poo is nice.
    bus driver wanna be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    as the ENO eccentric disc hub gets adjusted for tension, the rotor also moves eliptically. So this caliper mount allows your caliper to swing into the right position to match the rotor. Otherwise the rotor would bury into the caliper.

    Then set it and forget it.

    make sense? if not, have 3 beers and start drawing ovals on a sheet of paper
    Makes sense. Thanks mang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gofast
    I wonder why coffee makes me wanna poo in the morning. It's usually EBB poo too. Although the occasional ENO poo is nice.
    damn coffee. that is a battle i lose ever stinkin day.

    ebb poo, ey? make sure you keep it tensioned?!
    It ain't easy being human.

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    veg-ass

    Quote Originally Posted by gofast
    How does Veg-ass compare to Camp-ass?
    Wednesday I must have walked for what seemed miles. I was here and there and everywhere. After the shabang festivities, meeting with Martini and all them schmoes, I decided to walk back to my hotel...when I got back to my room, my crotch was on fire.

    My Carhartt heavy duty Wisconsin Jeans chafed me, burned a hole in my whities, and I ended up sleeping naked that night to cure the Veg-ass. I much rather get camp ass any day than Veg-ass.

    My crotch is healing as we speak.

    Ben Gay burns a bit...

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