Do rear wheel washer 'grooves' go against frame or away from frame?

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7/10/2020 12:39 AM

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Control of my bars helps me feel in control of my life.

7/10/2020 12:49 AM

Towards the frame

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7/10/2020 12:52 AM

HtownGetDown wrote:

Towards the frame

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Control of my bars helps me feel in control of my life.

7/10/2020 12:53 AM

Mad Mars wrote:

You're the best

Oh yeah? Why does my wife tell her boyfriend that he's the best?

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7/10/2020 12:58 AM

HtownGetDown wrote:

Towards the frame

Mad Mars wrote:

You're the best

HtownGetDown wrote:

Oh yeah? Why does my wife tell her boyfriend that he's the best?

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Control of my bars helps me feel in control of my life.

7/10/2020 7:43 AM

HtownGetDown wrote:

Oh yeah? Why does my wife tell her boyfriend that he's the best?

The boyfriend must suffer from low self esteem. wink

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7/10/2020 8:34 AM

I put them against the hub so the drop outs don't get silly groves that will prevent you from adjusting the chain tension / wheel when your chain stretches, etc...

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7/10/2020 10:44 AM

pnj wrote:

I put them against the hub so the drop outs don't get silly groves that will prevent you from adjusting the chain tension / wheel when your chain stretches, etc...

This is forbidden knowledge

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7/10/2020 11:04 AM

pnj wrote:

I put them against the hub so the drop outs don't get silly groves that will prevent you from adjusting the chain tension / wheel when your chain stretches, etc...

This is what I do as well, never liked the idea of the fully flat dropout surface tightening up into the grooves. Same for the outside of the frame for me as well, never have problems with slipping either.

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7/10/2020 12:43 PM

HtownGetDown wrote:

Towards the frame

Mad Mars wrote:

You're the best

HtownGetDown wrote:

Oh yeah? Why does my wife tell her boyfriend that he's the best?

Cuckledoodledooo. smile

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7/10/2020 12:44 PM

pnj wrote:

I put them against the hub so the drop outs don't get silly groves that will prevent you from adjusting the chain tension / wheel when your chain stretches, etc...

readybmxer wrote:

This is what I do as well, never liked the idea of the fully flat dropout surface tightening up into the grooves. Same for the outside of the frame for me as well, never have problems with slipping either.

Yah yah, same here. Same thought pattern. Works just fine, been doing it for years as well.

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7/10/2020 6:00 PM

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7/10/2020 6:10 PM

HtownGetDown wrote:

Oh yeah? Why does my wife tell her boyfriend that he's the best?

Well if this is you?

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