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    Enduro 29 front XX chainring: 32t or 30t?

    Hello. I have an Enduro 29 on which, for the past year, I have been running a 30 tooth front chainring (using XX1 1x11).

    I am curious whether anyone has personal experience with both 30t and 32t front rings?

    If so, would you please share your opinions? I am particularly interested in how differently the suspension reacts to pedaling forces from both rings.

    I chose to run the 30t because I don't think I'm strong enough to ride the 32t all the time. But, I think the front lower pivot is in the wrong location WRT to the 30t ring.

    Thanks in advance!

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    JCL is offline
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    I find the bike has a lot more anti-squat than FSR's of old. I can run a 28T no problem.

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    Along the same vein, anyone running elliptical on an Enduro?

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    stay on the 30. i have tried both and the 32 is hard to push on long climbs. can't tell the difference in suspension at all

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