"go for a phil hub. no one like carrying around a 15mm.
little heavier but super smooth bearings and solid construction.
you gotta use tensioners with a phil hub though. I wasn't for a while and my wheel kept slipping into my chainstays. ouch!"
"It's a white crank that has the chain ring attached to the crank arm. Don't think it's possible to move those around. Options seem to be new hub (thinking about getting a phil for my tubular set) or adjustable bottom bracket.
"have you thought about using chainring spacers to get your chainring more inboard? or are you already at the limit? you can also check out the new MRP and E13 chainguide. will only add about 60 grams"
"Yeah. So it turned out to be the spacing on the rear hub. For some reason the free side of the white industries hub is super far inward. I am not sure why they did this. I have a white BB as well and it doesn't line up at all. I put a pretty…"
"If you have full tension on the rear wheel, and you're still dropping the chain you should see if your chainring is bent. With that much tension on the drivetrain, even a tiny bend in 1 or 2 of the teeth up front will knock the chain off. I…"
"Oh yeah I should have mentioned I previously had the wheel on a Specialized Tricross Singlecross with a surly chain tensioner and now I have it on a Rock Lobster with sliders. These tensioners are bolted down and not coming loose. The wheel is a…"
"Are you running a tensioner? I can't figure out how it'd jump off if you had horizontal dropouts and full tension on it, I can't even get mine off unless I loosen up the wheel. I've had my SingleCross for two seasons, I train on…"
Your statement about forks actually isn't true. Now if the head angle is steeper on one frame, the steering will feel "quicker" because you've reduced the trail, but if you take a "more vertical" fork (I assume…"
Hey sorry about taking 2 MONTHS to get back to you. I didn't even realize that you had posted on my wall. Yes, I do still have the wheel. I was actually about to glue it up for myself, but if you want it its all yours. Email me for info, or photos. firstname.lastname@example.org