This weekend, in an attempt to finally finish my dumpster-dive SS project, I took apart the rear freewheel hub on by SS, took off that cylinder-looking thing (the piece that had 2 thin washers on either side) that had been between the hub and the dropout on the drive side, loosened the caps on both sides of the wheel that held the bearings in the hub, and proceeded to unscrew the axle bar -- essentially shifing the entire hub to the left by an inch or two. Now, the chainline from the chainring and rear cog are near perfect, but the entire r. wheel iself is now sitting off-center toward the driveside.
Don't really know what to do now. From my limited experience in this and just from common sense, It doesn't look like I could ride the bike safely under this setup, and that is if I could ride a bike with an off-center rear wheel at all.
To this point, i've been able to do most of the work myself, only going to the LBS for things that I did not have the tools for (freewheen removal)...wanted to keep it that way. Is there something I can do to get the r.wheel back to center WHILE keeping the chainline i have now? Thanks.