9tooth mtb hubs?

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Posted: Aug 10, 2013 at 12:20 Quote
Dartmoor Revolt Pro. I've been running mine for ages and it's still going strong. Also it's super light and doesn't skip. I definitely recommend this hub.

Posted: Aug 26, 2013 at 11:55 Quote
www.profileracing.com you're welcome

Posted: Aug 27, 2013 at 19:26 Quote
I run 32 in the front and 13 I'm the back on my 26' and it pedals a bit harder than a 20' with a 25 and 9. You have to remember a 25 and 9 on a 20' will be very different on a 26'. A 26' bike has a longer thrown than a 20'

Posted: Aug 27, 2013 at 20:10 Quote
Steal371 wrote:
I run 32 in the front and 13 I'm the back on my 26' and it pedals a bit harder than a 20' with a 25 and 9. You have to remember a 25 and 9 on a 20' will be very different on a 26'. A 26' bike has a longer thrown than a 20'

That's not the same gear ratio what your running on your 26 is more than 25/9 on a 20. Gear ratio is going to feel the same the numbers will be different to achieve the same ratio. But 55 on 20" will feel the same as 55 on 26".

Posted: Aug 28, 2013 at 17:07 Quote
Steal371 wrote:
I run 32 in the front and 13 I'm the back on my 26' and it pedals a bit harder than a 20' with a 25 and 9. You have to remember a 25 and 9 on a 20' will be very different on a 26'. A 26' bike has a longer thrown than a 20'
Your 32 on the front and 13 in the back on a 26'' wheel = 64. Whereas 25/9 on a 20'' wheel = 55.55. You would need to run a 25/12 on a 26'' wheel to get 54.16. Or a 26/12 to get 56.33. Those would feel real close to a 20''. Just my $.02.
Rob

Posted: Aug 31, 2013 at 8:50 Quote
sirrob wrote:
Steal371 wrote:
I run 32 in the front and 13 I'm the back on my 26' and it pedals a bit harder than a 20' with a 25 and 9. You have to remember a 25 and 9 on a 20' will be very different on a 26'. A 26' bike has a longer thrown than a 20'
Your 32 on the front and 13 in the back on a 26'' wheel = 64. Whereas 25/9 on a 20'' wheel = 55.55. You would need to run a 25/12 on a 26'' wheel to get 54.16. Or a 26/12 to get 56.33. Those would feel real close to a 20''. Just my $.02.
Rob
nailed it

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