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    Question about paragon sliders

    How do you change a tire when running paragon tires? Does the wheel just drop out? do you have to adjust the tension screws?
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    Wheel just pops out because they are vertical dropouts!

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    ooops I meant paragon sliders being used as in single speed use, like the kind moots uses, and sycip. Do they still just pop out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMOKEY
    ooops I meant paragon sliders being used as in single speed use, like the kind moots uses, and sycip. Do they still just pop out?
    And the answer is: "Wheel just pops out because they are vertical dropouts!"
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    Thanks guys,
    So I guess once you adjust the tension and snug everything up, you just pop the wheel on and off?! Sweet.
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    you should only have to adjust the sliders when you change either the cog or chain ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanceh
    you should only have to adjust the sliders when you change either the cog or chain ring.
    or want to impress the chicks

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