- Oct 31, 2017
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maybe adjust the RD? Mine does that and that helpedAlso, a question: I used one of the conventional chain sizing methods (wrapped around big chainring and big cog, bypassing the derailleur) and it’s actually a link or so short by that measure, but in the small chainring and either of the two smallest cogs, the chain has zero tension and sags. 50-34 up front, 11-42 in the back.
PSA: if anyone finds some vintage working brifters that works on 7x2 or 7x3 holler at your boy!
I also need to change the tyres on my MTB that I built. If I want less knobby tires so it rolls faster than 2.1 do I stick to that width or go narrow like 1.75?
these are my options: