I have a C-dale Capo and I want to change out some of the stock drivetrain, but I want to stay with a freewheel. I wrote to c-dale and they said the capo chainline was built to be 46 mm, which no doubt was meant to accomodate the shimano freewheel it comes with. Either that or the reason they went with the freewheel in the first place (rather than fixed) was to match the chainline of their piece of **** FSA RPM Cast Alloy crankset and bottom feeder bb. Either way, I want a freewheel (a white industry) and initially, I wanted a track crank, cause I like the look. However, track stuff is built around 42mm so I would be stuck with an extra wide spindle or (I was thinking) I could use a road set up which Sheldon Brown says puts the outside ring at about 46mm (and with the outboard bearings it might hide the extra spacing?) Any thoughts about how I could stick with the track crankset?