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Chain Tugs!


stunt man t
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hi to all!

ive just changed my wheel,#

and now, all of a sudden,

the drive side chain tug gives way, snaps, and looses tension, when i kick!

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if u look u can see its very bent!

has anyone else had this problem?

or does anyone no how to solve it,

im using onza ones at the moment,

brand new and old, it snapped em both

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!! (Y)

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Onza chain tugs are shit! Get the gusset ones, they are a little heavyer, but will never break! As they're welded as apposed to the Onza chain tugs (which are threaded, then screw in).

Basicly buy the gusset ones, and be worry free!

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Onza chain tugs are shit! Get the gusset ones, they are a little heavyer, but will never break! As they're welded as apposed to the Onza chain tugs (which are threaded, then screw in).

Basicly buy the gusset ones, and be worry free!

+1

they are also cheaper which is a bonus! I have been rinning them for about a year now and only snapped one! but i landed on it lol

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2 of my friends and I all ride onzas and they both snapped their chain tugs within a few weeks. They replaced them with snail cams and have never had a problem. On the other hand I haven't snapped my onza chain tugs but I ride like a girl.

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Gusset chain tugs are also better as they have a thicker thread, and the part that grips the end of the drop out is even on both sides, not more material on one side so it does not lever the tug outwards.

I've gone through many pairs of Onza chain tugs, and had my Gusset tugs with no problems whatsoever.

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