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securing sprocket for a fixed bike

securing sprocket for a fixed bike

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rotafixa method for fixing bikes! (in italy we call it metodo pettenella)
rotafixa method for fixing bikes! (in italy we call it metodo pettenella)

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Published by: ourthing on Apr 01, 2008
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chaingang rotafixa s.p.a.
technical documentation
securing a track sprocket without lock ring
This ingenious technique - a trick pulled straight from the magic hat of track legend Giovanni Pettenella - enables thesecure assembly of a track sprocket without having to use the traditional lock ring too. This is very handy as it enablesyou to use hubs that don't have space for the lockring or to change sprockets on the go without needing special tools.
1) loosen chain
Thread the sprocket onto the rear hub by hand and securesnugly. With the chain resting on the bottom bracket shell andon the rear sprocket, place rear wheel in the horizontaldropouts. The chain is now loose.
2) wrapping the chain
With the rear wheel firmly secured to the frame, slowly wrap thechain around the sprocket in such a way as to trap it inside thechain itself.

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