Murphy is apparently hard at work here...I was swapping the crank on the Peugeot UO8 I'm building. The orginal was of course a steel cottered crank. I removed that but saved the bottom bracket cups and obtained a Stronglight 118mm spindle to match the Stronglight 49D crank I had. So today I picked up 22 shiny new 1/4" ball bearings and installed the spindle. That seemed to go fine. Then I mounted the left side crank arm and that went fine as well. Finally I installed the right side arm and rings. That's were the problem cropped up. The inside edge of the inner ring hits the frame. The chain stay is indented for chainring clearance but the indentation is in the area where the teeth are not the inside edge of the ring. For the time being I might be able to make it work by removing the inner ring but that's not a good long term solution. Anyone have any ideas? Does it sound like I did anything wrong?