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    The slipping dropouts on Zeros/Threads...

    Was the problem that the dropouts slid forwards or towards the rear? The d/o's that supposedly fixed this looks like they keep them from sliding forwards, but was there problems with them sliding backwards as well?

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    It's to prevent your wheel from slipping forward when force is applied when doing tricks like tail taps, abubacas, etc. Unless you 50/50 a jump really hard, your wheel isn't going to slip backwards. Also, if you are talking about a Thread One, your chain is also going to keep the rear wheel from slipping back.

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    OK. Thanks.

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