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    Cool-blue Rhythm 737 Cammo complete and ridden.

    Finally got my Zion together. First ride was New Years Day on the bike trail. No off road yet. Bike seems to ride nice and fits well. It is my 3rd 29er so is built up as an SS right now. I will also have a right shifter, rear der, and full length housing unit ready to zip tie on if / when I need some gears.

    Pic is http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=369458

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    nice looking build. I have one question though. Why did you use a chain tensioner with a EBB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marks_bike
    nice looking build. I have one question though. Why did you use a chain tensioner with a EBB?
    Because it's not an EBB. See "SS convert" and the non-"EBB" frame decal. Not to mention the talk of shifters, derailleurs and gears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marks_bike
    nice looking build. I have one question though. Why did you use a chain tensioner with a EBB?
    Thanks,

    Originally wanted to get an EBB frame but found a used geared frame on ebay at about 1/2 the price. Thought it'd be nice to be versatile. Chain stayed put on my bike path ride but did not hit too many bumps there. Can't wait to get it out on my first SS singletrack ride sometime in spring

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