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Can I have some Milk Money please?
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Can I have some Milk Money please? 2 years, 6 months ago #39597

Full suspension, no chain tensioner, single-speed and a belt drive to top it off. It's got me thinking!
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Re: Can I have some Milk Money please? 2 years, 6 months ago #39599

Maybe a stupid question, but, how do they accomplish the rear suspension while keeping the belt from getting thrown off??
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Re: Can I have some Milk Money please? 2 years, 6 months ago #39600

The main pivot is around the bottom bracket shell, so when it moves the chain length stay constant. That's why you would need a chain tensioner with other full suspension frames.
Lenz calls it CONCENTRAK.
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Re: Can I have some Milk Money please? 2 years, 6 months ago #39608

Kona was doing it with the Aframe around 5 years ago. Basically the same design. I just saw a kona A frame go for pretty cheap on ebay... I was tempted to give it a try but held back.
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