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    Looking For Good Home

    Hey Boys & Girls- Please check out my STRONG SS for
    sale in the Singlespeed classifieds on this site. I know some
    of you will be dissapointed in me for selling it, but it has to go.
    I need the money and the room. I have to get down to two bikes,
    one for dirt, and one for the road. I have decided to keep my Blur
    for the dirt. Thanks for all of your help when I was building her,
    and hopefully you can help me find a good home for her.

    Fooie
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    Your Jericho Sufferring is on wrong. May want to fix that.

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    Ring Position

    It has since been corrected thanks to this board.
    photo is months old.

    Fooie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonic Man
    Your Jericho Sufferring is on wrong. May want to fix that.
    How can you tell it's on wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtcrab
    How can you tell it's on wrong?
    one of the spokes should be behind the crank arm.
    this is supposed to make it less likely to break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fafaafooie
    one of the spokes should be behind the crank arm.
    this is supposed to make it less likely to break.
    Aaah.. thanks for explaining! Now it makes perfect sense.

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    ummm...

    Quote Originally Posted by fafaafooie
    one of the spokes should be behind the crank arm.
    this is supposed to make it less likely to break.
    Maybe it's just me, but in the picture, isn't one of the crank arms already coinciding with one of the spokes? Namely, the non-drive-side crank arm? Am I to understand that the crank arms are necessarily powered in an unequal manner, thereby making the "strong position" preferable on one crank arm over the other? Would the pictured method be better for riders whose left leg is stronger than their right?

    'Course, if it's just fashion, and the desire to not have people point it out every time, I'll shut up.

    Oh, and beautiful bike! Good luck with the sale.
    -Porkchop

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