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Old 12-30-04, 12:25 PM   #1
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Suzue Basic flip/flop chainline

I don't have a track cog installed yet or I'd measure myself, but on a Suzue basic flip/flop hub, will the chainline be the same on both sides? I have a shimano 16T freewheel on it right now but plan on puttin a 15T cog on the other side.
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As long as the hub is centered between the dropouts you should be fine.
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Expect the chainlines to be slightly different.
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