Anyone using a QR in a slot dropout On-One Scandal

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  • Premier Icon Clink
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    I used a Shimano QR and one drive-side chain-tug for years. Didn’t move once.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    You’ll find people who say different but I’d always use a chain tug on the drive side with a QR wheel.

    IanW
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    Here you go, Scandal and a QR.

    I found the surly one better than the on one one.

    Premier Icon alexpalacefan
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    Yep, me too, with an O-O tug on each side. Go for it.

    APF

    Premier Icon GDRS
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    Just recieved new frame (super slick quick service from On-one) to replace the exploded GF Rig that has gone to the bike shed in the sky.

    Simple idea – swap the parts as best I can – before getting the bits that don’t fit when swapped replaced.

    Looking at the slot swap outs not too sure if I am going to get away with a tight QR to fix the rear wheel.

    Anyone not using bolts and threads with any success? Confidence required……

    davewalsh
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    Are you running gears ?
    I ran a geared slot dropout inbred for 12 months, just make sure that the wheel is in the front of the dropouts.
    Can’t comment for SS use though.

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    QR and super-cheap chaintug on driveside here
    no probs but then I have the leg power of your gran*

    *don’t ask

    Premier Icon GDRS
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    Going to run it singlespeed.

    Thanks guys. I’ve always been a nuts and thread guy on the 26. My transition to 29 was via rig with an eccentric so I have a nice non thread wheelset.

    Couldn’t help myself on Friday with the on one closeouts…..

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