Alan B wrote:ATS makes a licensed version of the Schlumpf. Accountant sells them.
Quajochem wrote:I had the same problem, but you can PM Dimitri (forum member Accountant). Because he bought 50 drives, and still has some left I just ordered one from him with cranks
The chain ring is standard, you can order that anywhere..
MattyCiii wrote:Yes the chainrings are 130mm BCD
Quajochem wrote:But the chainring and chainguard are both standard 5 hole items, so there's no need to order them from ATS
melodious wrote:This may be of interest for a chainguard. I saw it at my local bike store on folding bikes (Dahon). Its a plastic coil conduit with a split in the middle. Looks cool in person.
Went and surfed around for it and it may lack any real durability factor. Who knows. But it definitely adheres to the "simple looks" of this thread.
gensem wrote:MattyCiii wrote:Yes the chainrings are 130mm BCD
ATS says the chainring is 110mm, have you got a 130mm installed in yours?
gensem wrote:Where can I find chain ring and cranks?
ATS itself does no reply to emails.
Quajochem wrote:I have a Nuvinci rear hub, and I am also worried about the chainline, if it isn't straight enough I'll need some spacers!
Accountant wrote:Those crank arms also look very standard to me!
I was looking for apropriate crankarms for a few months.
Did not found them, and at the end bought from Schlumpf directly.
Very hard too find crancks that will work well with shifting buttons.
MattyCiii wrote:Quajochem wrote:I have a Nuvinci rear hub, and I am also worried about the chainline, if it isn't straight enough I'll need some spacers!
My setups are the same... I'm retrofitting one bike that already has a NuVinci with an ATS drive, and building a second bike up from the frame to use both the ATS and NuVinci. I have 2mm and 4mm spacers on the way just to give me options. I'll post pix when I get the parts in.
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