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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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strobbekoen
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by strobbekoen

Hello,

I would like to say sorry for those who tried the view the original topic and got a login box popping up each time :oops:
I had hosted the pics on my website space but i think the hosting company has blocked access to my site because of it.

I have now uploaded them to a yahoo photo album, you can see them here:

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/strobbekoen/detail?.dir=8f60&.dnm=61c9.jpg&.src=ph
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/strobbekoen/detail?.dir=8f60&.dnm=4459.jpg&.src=ph

Thanks!
Koen.
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Just... :thumbup:
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As one smart person to another smart person :) , did you have a specific reason not to use the Record Ultra hollow pin version of the chain?

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As one smart person to another smart person , did you have a specific reason not to use the Record Ultra hollow pin version of the chain?


No specific reason.. That's just the one i had :roll:
Once it wears out, we'll see what's available 8)

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you put your front wheel in the wrong way around :wink:

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by strobbekoen

you put your front wheel in the wrong way around


huh ? :D

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strobbekoen wrote:
you put your front wheel in the wrong way around


huh ? :D


sorry, sorry sorry, I didn't look properly.. :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: I was pretty sure the logo was upside down...

you didn't change the pic in the mean time did you :wink: :D

anyway, it wouldn't have mattered, it's pure aesthetic.

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haha no i didn't!
that's funny ;)

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Boonen wrote:
strobbekoen wrote:
you put your front wheel in the wrong way around


huh ? :D


sorry, sorry sorry, I didn't look properly.. :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: I was pretty sure the logo was upside down...

you didn't change the pic in the mean time did you :wink: :D

anyway, it wouldn't have mattered, it's pure aesthetic.


Standard convention dictates the hub should be upright as seen from the riding position. It'll depend on how the manufacturer built the wheel however. When there's no an actual "right" orientation, then you can fall back on the convention.

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by strobbekoen

To be honest, i did not think it makes a difference how to put the front wheel in.. isn't same ? i mean.. where could the difference lie if it's turned around ?

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Correct. It's only building convention and aesthetics. There's no functional difference in most cases, similar to having the front QR on the left.

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divve wrote:There's no functional difference in most cases


Unless you are referring to the rear wheel! :P
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