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    Xtr race 2x10 on an eriksen

    Anybody riding a 2x10 xtr race on an Eriksen 29er? Just seeing if it fits or has any drawbacks. Thanks. Also, I dont know if they changed chain stay designs lately, so this would be on a 2008 year frame.

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    I am sure it would be fine unless he made your bike with som crazy chainstays or something.
    I have 2x10 min my Eriksen and it is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bootsie_cat View Post
    I am sure it would be fine unless he made your bike with som crazy chainstays or something.
    I have 2x10 min my Eriksen and it is great.
    What brand and what tooth count? I heard the XTR race may be too big, but the trail would be fine. I'll just bug Katie...

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    The "trail" version will be fine, but the "race" version has a slightly more narrow Q factor. You will probably have to measure it to ensure it will work.
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