Wolf Tooth Tanpan

Postby Rik on Mon 11/Nov/19 12:02pm

Where can I get a Wolf Tooth Tanpan in NZ?
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Re: Wolf Tooth Tanpan

Postby swtchbckr on Mon 11/Nov/19 4:34pm

directly off them in Minnesota?

or, google tells me these guys are the nz dists.
https://revolutionproducts.co.nz/collec ... components - $79 smackers
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Re: Wolf Tooth Tanpan

Postby Claude on Mon 11/Nov/19 9:05pm

You been watching GCN Tech video from 6/11 Rik?
Never heard of these before, and then see it mentioned here, before I just watched the vid.
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Re: Wolf Tooth Tanpan

Postby Rik on Tue 12/Nov/19 10:11am

Claude wrote:You been watching GCN Tech video from 6/11 Rik?
Never heard of these before, and then see it mentioned here, before I just watched the vid.


No I hadn't, but you've piqued my interest now I might check it out. No, my current gravel bike has a 28T on the back and I want to go bigger which means going to a long cage, and clutch would be nice as well.
So to keep my existing levers I need said widget for my plan to get off the ground.
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Re: Wolf Tooth Tanpan

Postby Rik on Tue 3/Dec/19 8:39am

swtchbckr wrote:directly off them in Minnesota?

or, google tells me these guys are the nz dists.
https://revolutionproducts.co.nz/collec ... components - $79 smackers


Ordered - Thanks for the tip.

Does anyone know the difference between the 10spd and the 11spd, because all their documentation says either works in either situation but is a sub optimal manner.
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Re: Wolf Tooth Tanpan

Postby Rik on Mon 10th Feb 10:04am

Finally got around to fitting (along with new rims and drivetrain).

After struggling to dial the gears in I resorted to going back to the installation instruction re-pulley orientation. Then I noticed, and no mentioned in the instructions, the pulleys are now helpfully marked with an 'H', High and 'L', Low position, to make installation idiot-proof.

Out on the road, the gizmo works really well. I was worried it was going to effect the shifting, but shift are still really positive.
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Chain on high gear
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Chain on low gear
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