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clark4131

Zip-Ty Chain Adjuster Blocks

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Thinkin' about getting some, but all the past threads are around 3 years old. So what do y'all think? Thumbs up or thumbs down? :naughty::naughty::D ...SC

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I was watching this thread hoping on some good feedback, thinking about buying themself....Looks like no such luck. :naughty::naughty::D

Have you heard anything neg. about them?

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I've been running a set for a couple of years now. No problems at all. Blocks stay put when you pull the axle making for quicker reassembly. A real plus if your trying to fix a flat on the trail or in a race. I recommend using anti-seize on the adjuster bolts when you install them.

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I second Scott H. I love them.

I bought a set and gave them to a friend for Xmas.

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ya i love them too but pay no attention to the adjustment marks,any way you looked at it (counting the marks forward or backward) it was out a 1/4" from alignment down the length of the chain. i figured it out when my chain kept stretching and i noticed one side of the front sprocket was polished to a mirror finish!! put a straightedge on the sprocket and thats what it was. i don't know if they're all like that, but its sumthin' to look for :naughty:

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