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  • [Wanted] Nimbus Equinox 20" Frame

    Looking for a 300-400mm Equinox frame

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    For the most part, if you want to be cool, you might want to avoid unicycles. But if you want to ride unicycles, you're into a different kind of cool. We are not sheep! (Foss, 2017, p. 93)

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    I have an extra Equinox frame (300mm). It was the frame for my geared 19". I know you're thinking why bother. It was actually really fun, and learning to shift was less intimidating on the smaller wheel. I currently have the Schlumpf in a 26". Anyhoo, the people who installed the Schlumpf hub into the Equinox fame had to do a tiny mod to the bearing housing on one side, a slight reduction in the depth of the lip. I have not tested the frame out with a conventional hub. Might work, might not. I can check it by putting the wheel of my current trials into the modified Equinox frame.

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      Originally posted by elpuebloUNIdo View Post
      I have an extra Equinox frame (300mm). It was the frame for my geared 19". I know you're thinking why bother. It was actually really fun, and learning to shift was less intimidating on the smaller wheel. I currently have the Schlumpf in a 26". Anyhoo, the people who installed the Schlumpf hub into the Equinox fame had to do a tiny mod to the bearing housing on one side, a slight reduction in the depth of the lip. I have not tested the frame out with a conventional hub. Might work, might not. I can check it by putting the wheel of my current trials into the modified Equinox frame.
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      For the most part, if you want to be cool, you might want to avoid unicycles. But if you want to ride unicycles, you're into a different kind of cool. We are not sheep! (Foss, 2017, p. 93)

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        Still in the market if anyone has one

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        For the most part, if you want to be cool, you might want to avoid unicycles. But if you want to ride unicycles, you're into a different kind of cool. We are not sheep! (Foss, 2017, p. 93)

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