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    SS math

    Hey Guys,
    I recently built a single speed to see if I could love one and I do. I lucked out building up a frame with vertical drop outs and when I installed a 36T up front and a 18T out back the chain length was perfect and I don't need a tentioner. What I am trying to figure out is wether or not I can can expect the same chain length if I swap out to 35T up front and 19T out back.... anyone have experience with something like this?

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    http://eehouse.org/fixin/fixmeup.php

    Magic Gear Calculator

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    MAGIC is always good, thanks ruppster

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    WOW!!!!!!! I used the FIXMEUP calculator and then ordered my new ring and cog from our local SURLY dealer..... I just installed both and the chain fits PERFECTLY!!!!


    Stunning, thanks RUPPSTER

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    and they all lived happily ever after
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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