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    help with my p1 single speed



    Got myself a toy bike..

    think its a 2006 P1
    Marzocchi on front
    Hope mini rear
    3pc cranks

    I need to get tugs to keep the wheel from moving back

    not sure which kind i Need as I hear they type depends on frame?

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    uh lol

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    If you have a bolt on rear axle (no quick release) you really shouldn't need a chain tug. You may have problems finding a chain tug that will fit that frame because the dropouts are so small and short that most tugs won't lay flat on the dropouts because they hit the end of the chainstays, or the adustment bottoms out before the tug can put any tension on.

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    check out danscomp.com , they have chain tugs for small dropouts like yours
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    Im actually using a quick release on the rear at the minute..

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    \___ <-- thats how it looks

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    If you use the ones for bmx make sure you get the 3/8" ones. You will have to use a bolt on axle. They will not work with a quick release skewer without a reducer bushing to fit in the axle hole of the tug.

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