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Surly Long Haul Trucker Frameset 56cm 26" Wheel Blue
Double-butted Surly 4130 Chromoly with vertical dropoutsBrazed Chromoly fork with sloping crown, double dropout eyelets and mid-blade lowrider rack bosses135mm rear spacing; 68mm BB shell; fits 28.6mm front derailleurCanti pivots and housing stop for traditional cantilever brakesDowntube shifter bosses and cable routing; three sets of bottle bossesRack bosses, double dropout eyelets, pump peg and chainstay spoke carrierFrames designed for 26" wheels will accept tires up to 2.1", 700c frames will accept tires up to 42mm27.2mm seatpost diameter, 30mm Surly Stainless clamp includedReplacement decal sets with headtube badge Item Specifications- Fork:Color - Blue Velvet Weight - 1021g Material - 4130 Chromoly Steerer Tube - 1-1/8" Threadless Brake Usage F/R - Front Fork Rake - 45mm Axle to Crown Length - 376mm Crown Race - 30.0 Brake Type - Linear Pull Wheel Size - 26" Front Hub Spacing - 100mm Front Axle Type - 9x1 Wheel Mount Center Offset - 0mm Defined Color - Blue Item Specifications- Frame:Color - Blue Velvet Weight - 2336g Brake Usage F/R - Rear BB Thread Type - English Seatpost Diameter - 27.2mm Rear Axle Type - 10x1 Front Derailleur Clamp - 28.6mm (1-1/8") Front Derailleur Cable Pull - Bottom Front Derailleur Style - Traditional TT (Effective) - 57cm Brake Type - Linear Pull Wheel Size - 26" Headset Type - 1-1/8" Standard Cups BB Shell Width - 68mm Frame Size - 56cm Rear Hub Spacing - 135mm Wheel Mount Center Offset - 0mm Mfg Size - 56cm Defined Color - Blue
Broken chainstay on a Surly Steamroller
Heard a weird sound yesterday while riding about - sort of a, "clunk clunk" type of deal. "Hmm...", I thought, "That sounds weird - maybe it's the chain, or the bottom bracket. I hope it's not the BB, cause that would suck..."
I went about my ride merrily, making a mental note to give the bike a once-over to see if I could find the noise. My first thought was actually - maybe the water bottle cage got loose or something and was hitting the frame.
So, checked the chain, it was cool. Checked thr crank - cool. Clean the wheel - checked *that*, just fine - little tight, but easily fixable and then, when setting the chain tension again, I noticed a big crack in the chainstay. I took a double take, thinking it may just be the paint flaking off or dirt from a sticker or the like, but, nope it's def. a cracked chainstay. A pity.
Never had problems with the Surly Steamroller before and this whole explanation isn't meant as a diss to Surly - far from it. Just something that happened, unexpectantly. Only got 6 months out of the frame (bought used), but must have traveled 2500 - 3000 miles and completed my first century and double metric century on it - all on 42 x 14 gearing (3:1)
*SURLY* steamroller complete bike
Ms.K's*SURLY* steamroller complete bike
BLUE LUG custom
Frame: *SURLY* steamroller
Headset:*RITCHEY* comp 1 1/8"
Front Wheel: *ALEX* ? *SURLY* track hub
Rear Wheel: *ALEX* ? *SURLY* track hub
Tire: *MICHELIN* 700c?35c
Pedal: *ODYSSEY* twisted pc pedal (black)
Stem: *NITTO* mt-16(black)
Handle:*NITTO* b2522 all rounder bar (black)
Bartape: *BROOKS* leather bartape (honey)
Saddle:*BROOKS* team pro alpe d' huez (honey)
surly bike frame
High volume, go anywhere, do anything tire.
Designed to fit Surly's Pugsley frame and Large Marge rims
Will fit other manufacturer's appropriately wide rims
Designed to be run at very low pressure
Shallow chevron tread
Ideal for maximum traction and float in soft conditions, snow and sand
ISO Diameter559 / 26" mtn
Tire TypeWide Clincher
Tire UseFat Bike
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