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Is the riveting tool available? If so, how much does it cost?
Hi Em, The Riveting Tool is available and you can find it for sale on our product page. It costs $29 USD. Cheers!
Are horizontal adjustable dropouts needed? How is tension maintained?
At the moment, hotizontal dropouts, eccentric bottom bracket, or another form of tensioning is needed. We plan on releasing a Tensioner Pro for vertical dropouts around summer. Cheers!
Are you going to offer compatibility with a 4 bolt crank?
We do indeed plan on offering compatibility with 4-bolt 104BCD crank spider patterns. It will be part of the rolling release for Split Belt Pro. Until then, we will be offering adapters for 104BCD to 5-bolt 130BCD. Cheers!
So only someone with an internal geared rear hub can use you products? It seems you have stopped making the single speed version.
Hello Dean. Yes you are correct at the moment. We are doing a rolling release of different compatibility with hubs. We will be developing a standard freehub sprocket and then a thread on freewheel and fixie compatible kit. You can keep up to date with the progress in our emails or contact us to ask more questions.
Have you designed them to go on bmx bikes
Unfortunately, we are still developing a potential belt drive for bmx bikes. You can stay updated with our new releases via our mailing list or website blog. Cheers!
Hello it would be interesting to know if I could run the belt also with a Gates rear sprocket, because a 30 T sprocket is too big for my Brompton frame, Cheers
Unfortunately, we are not compatible with any of Gates sprockets. We utilize a wider 14mm belt compared to their 12mm belt and we are not compatible with their Centertrack design. We plan on releasing smaller sprockets in the future so keep an eye out!
What is the chain, err belt line with a Rohloff system?
The belt line for the Rohloff system and our belt drive is 54.7mm (center of frame to center of belt). Cheers!
Hi, is it a special riveting tool or will any riveting tool do the trick?
Our Riveting Tool is specially designed for our Rivets. Unfortunately we do not know of any other Riveting Tools that would work. However, depending on your location, a local bike shop may have the Riveting Tool for you to borrow.