hey guys, ok so I am building up the drivetrain of a fuji track 2007.
got a few questions tho when i was digging up info on the chainline.
I need a flat normal chainring, as I didn't get one with the frame and stock 165mm cranks. It looks like the stock formula hub is some skinny formula that works OK with the stock bb and crankset.
However, should i upgrade the wheelset to something built on formula high-flange hubs, the chainline to the rear spaces itself out proper to 42mm (ideally)
Apparently tho, the stock bb/crankset doesn't appear to be compatible with this since its some road setup running at 46+mm on the outer chainring....
I JUST CONFIRMED THIS LAST NIGHT. the stock crankset and 103mm bb run around 46mm. as some may know.. the stock fuji issued chainring is dished or flanged on an angle. so at 130mm bcd, it mounts to the outside of the crank, but the chainring is bent so that the chainline falls somewhere above or behind the crank's chainline center.
is there a way that doesn't require me to dish the rear wheel to compensate for a 46mm chainline? is there a bb that would swap in? I COULD RUN a flat normal chainring on the inside of the crank and get a 41mm chainline as well...?
soooo.. is there any non-expensive fix that can be applied so i don't have to purchase any new parts? ie, i don't want to buy a new crank or bb... or can i get away with the stock noodle crank/chainring but use a longer bb? can the stock bb be spaced out properly?
 yes, respace the rear hub and then dish the wheel to compensate. i am looking at about 4-5mm to the left.... right?