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Old 04-04-12, 08:26 AM   #1
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Dualdrive II on 130mm frame?

Can Dualdrive hub be slimmed down to fit 130mm spacing? I see there are two nuts on both sides that could be replaced with nuts 1/2 as thick perhaps?
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Is the bike steel by any chance?
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Go to the source :http://www.sram.com/service/sram/259
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Is the bike steel by any chance?
No, aluminum. Anyway, I figured it out...after measuring the frame it's really 132 so all I need to do is find thinner M10x1 nuts or file 1.5mm off of each. I probably could stretch it but I do not want to put unnecessary stress on the welds.

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