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White Ind. Eno Eccentric disc hub

Discussion in 'Cross Country, All Mountain & Trail Riding' started by heggenes, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. heggenes

    heggenes Chimp

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    I'm looking to switch my ride w/v. drop outs to singlespeed and am up in the air about wether to build up a wheel using the Eccentric hub or just use a chain tension device. Any of you using this hub? if so how is it working out for you?
     

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  2. PsychO!1

    PsychO!1 Monkey

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    I didn't know they made it in a disc hub.....I'm running the ENO Eccentirc and love it, but have to use rim brakes.
     
  3. frznnomad

    frznnomad Turbo Monkey

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    dont know to much about singlespeed, but from what a good friend says about his eno is awsome. if the disc is anything like the regular hub then you have no worries man. ive gotten to ride his eno and its just badass. so no worries and enjoy man.:thumb:
     
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  4. Drevil

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    Yes, it works fine. In some gear combos on some frames, it may slip, but I prefer it over a tensioner. It's also cool because you can run fixed gear.