Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous good product
they work and thats why i put 5 stars :D
they look pretty good too
13 September 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Do their job!
Bought chain tugs because I have a QR hub on my SS dirt jumper and the skewer can't hold still under the stress and tension. These chain tugs (after 20 minutes work of faling to fit in my octane one's short dropouts do their job brilliantly. Be warned they are easy to over tighten and I have found the nuts to be made of quite a soft metal which isn't ideal. They also sometimes come a bit loose after a couple of rides (particularly when doing wheelies)
To conclude, they do they're job at the end of the day but for £16 I think they could do it better!
21 December 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Very Nice
the chaintugs are expensive for what they are but work well on my NS Suburban 24"
06 September 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous nice, plain, effective.
perfect for the job and strong too.
08 April 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous There Annoying!
Had to grind part of them off, otherwise they didnt fit! also, there so fat, they dont fit between my drop-out and my casset! so i had to sand them down to make them thin enough to let the wheel spin! once sorted, they work like a dream, but take half an hour to get the bloody things on!
23 December 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous what a tit
it's a locking nut you numpty - "for some reason there is a small piece of blue plastic within the bolts which stops you being able to screw it on and butt uit p against the tug which is pushing against the frame to tighten it! this doesn't make sense!"
12 February 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Ok
These things are a great idea!... but they don't fit. I ordered the 14mm for my BMX, but it's different to the one in the picture. The part that goes around the axle is different and fits fine, but the other part is shaped completely different and simply won't do anything. Maybe I need to order the 10mm and swap bits? Nah! I'll go without.
03 March 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous duh
they will fit horizontal dropouts like a bike without gears ie bmx dmr transition its the rear end and it will not fit with vertical dropout frames like p1 specilized
they dont come loose at all if they do threadlock!
10 January 2007
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