Hot answers tagged

4

Sometimes things like this happen when newer generation components are put on older frames. When Campy 10 first came out, I remember some frames doing it. However, that was usually from hitting the end of a chainstay or seatstay that wasn't offset flat enough with the inside face of the dropout. Your picture shows the chain rubbing against the flat surface ...


3

The choice of chain is first of all determined by the type of drivetrain. For instance, a 11-speed derailleur requires an 11-speed chain. A bike with a single ring and single cog, fore and aft, respectively, requires either a wide 1/8" or narrow single speed chain. If one is entirely overwhelmed by the choice of chains one cannot go wrong with taking a ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible