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10Mm In A 14Mm Dropout


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At the moment, im having to run a rear 10mm axle in a 14mm dropout. I've got some chaintugs running on it as well until i find some 10mm > 14mm conversion bolts. Anyone think i'll have/cause problems in the short term? Week or so until i get the conversion bolts.

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The wheels not going anywhere and the chain will stop it coming outright anyway.

Found these

http://www.evanscycles.com/products/primo/andys-nuts-axle-converters-ec008959

Any good?

Yes the chain will stop it. but the wheel will move right back nd your chain will snap. your wheel will be goin all over the place. Dont risk it

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i had some on a haro revo (the twin top tube version) years ago but a friend simply used some tubing that had a wall thickness of 3/4mm an cut two shims about 1.5mm thinner than his dropouts,

i think they're still on his bike now

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