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  1. #1
    Large mammal
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    Jan 2004

    Singulator or ENO eccentric ?

    This is prob. a worn out topic and if so I appoligize (don't visit here much) but with Breezer style drop outs what would you recommend for the least hassle after set-up. I guess the singulator would have a little noise involved but I'm concerned about the ENO slipping under heavy loads.
    Thanks, Doug

  2. #2
    mtbr member
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    Jun 2005
    I've used the Soulcraft Convert a few times now, and have been more than happy. Seems to be an out and out better design IMO.

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    FTM is offline
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    Sep 2004
    Been running the ENO (fixed side) for quite a while and only had it slip once - my first time on it and mashing up a 20%+ grade. After that, only re-tighten very slightly every 50 miles or so - I like no slack in my chain. A great hub. Besides, you wouldn't be able to try out off road fixed riding with a singulator.

  4. #4
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    Feb 2004

    Eno....Hands down

    Way better, but it will cost more and be more difficult to accomplish since you have to build a wheel up on it.
    Two Wheeled and Too Big

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