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Old 2019-07-11, 05:44 PM   #106
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100mm wide/narrow hub

I've been riding my old 100mm schlumpf 29" with inboard disc (only) on the road for about 4 years without any problems. no loose spokes, no out of normal flex for the stock frame. Maybe lucky!
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Old 2019-07-11, 06:48 PM   #107
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Originally Posted by OneTrackMind View Post
The wider hub puts the rider's feet further apart. Whether that is good or bad depends on the rider.
Yes... and no. On mine, I have Zero Q straight cranks, so all in all it's probably about the same as a 100mm hub with KH cranks.
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Old 2019-07-12, 10:29 AM   #108
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yay the 24 Quax was delivered at 11:00. Then built it up right away and just a lunch, since I have to work, rode 30 mins in the park with it. It is a nice size to ride, but the seat isn't everything. And it is too warm to ride. Im sweating like a something
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