Has anyone had this problem:
I have a mid 80's Columbus tubed Bianchi with horizontal dropouts. I had it powdercoated.
I purchased a centaur 10 speed hub and just had it built up into a wheel today.
I went to put the wheel into the frame.
Of course the spacing is off, but a little spreading of the dropouts and I'm fine, but the hub itself seems to have little metal rounded ends that seem like they should fit INTO the dropout. Neither side fits by a half a milimeter, so although I can basically get the hub/wheel into the dropout, I can't slide it back to seat it in the frame.
My only idea is that maybe the powder coat is too thick in the dropout and I need to file or sand it down a bit for the hub to fit?
Man, that would suck if I can't get it to work since I just spent all this money having these wheels built up...