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    canfield and hammerschmidt

    hi,

    Anyone running a hammerschmidt on their Canfield ONE(first generation)?
    any issue?

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    You should contact Canfield directly and ask them. They are always helpful.
    http://www.canfieldbrothers.com/contact
    The quickest and easiest way is by phone. Call: 801-548-2556

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    The bike pedal as well in the granny as in the middle chainring. Using the Hammerschmidt will not be an issue. I was thinking of getting one when I bought mine and Chris said as much but I decided it was not worth the weight penalty.

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    I had one on my old One and put it on a new One as well. I like it. There was no issue other than facing the original One's BB (new one was so nice and clean that it didn't need it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcgoogles View Post
    I had one on my old One and put it on a new One as well. I like it. There was no issue other than facing the original One's BB (new one was so nice and clean that it didn't need it).
    same here, no issues.

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