Shouldn't be an issue but depending on the length of the forward facing
horizontals, your chosen chainring(s)/gearing and required chain length you
may need to make some slight adjustments to get things to line up
I ran into a problem on one frame when the dropouts had enough room for a 2
or 3 tooth cog difference with single chainring but I needed one of those
short half-links to get the chain length just right to make use of both
cogs possible... in that particular scenario my chainring selection was
limited so my only option was adjust chain length, stick with one cog in
back, or file the dropouts a little longer. Should you experience similar
challenges you may have an easier time just going + or - a tooth with the
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 1:21:03 PM UTC-5, Carla Waugh wrote:
> Can the rear dropout be facing forward to run two single cigs and still
> allow the chain to be moved by hand?
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