So been riding a steamroller for a bit now and getting ready to build up a new bike for my now longer commute and longer rides. I bought the steamroller as a complete, so I didn't have to worry about anything when I bought it for the most part.
I settled on the salsa casseroll frame.
Front Spacing 100mm x 9mm QR
Rear Spacing 130mm x 10mm QR
Bottom Bracket 68mm English
So I am assuming I need a 130mm hub no questions asked for the rear? And come to realize 130mm hubs in a fixed / free are kinda of rare. Which makes since since 130 is road spacing and 120 is track spacing.
I was actually planning on using my wheels currently on my steamroller, but with the 120mm rear hub, that isn't going to work. Unless there is some kind of hack where I can add spacers to make the hub the right size?
On the other hand there is also chainline. So I guess I need to figure out what is going to work. I have been reading around sheldon's site and the information there on chainline is overwhelming.
Isn;t there an easy way to know a certain combination of parts is going to work right? For example, lets take white industries since they make a 130mm hub. If I get white industries 68 x 113 bottom bracket, white industries crank, white industries rear hub, and white industries freewheel. How can I know this will give me a correct chainline? Just using white industries as an example, they are on the pricey side.
Any help would be appreciated. So then I can just pick out parts with confidence.
Thanks in advance.