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Old 02-23-06, 04:46 PM   #1
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where i can find spacers???

hey guys... I been looking for a few weeks now... where the heck i can find fixed cog spacers??? Anybody knows whos selling them???

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Old 02-23-06, 06:41 PM   #2
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thethirdhand.com

Search Axle Spacers...think what you want are on page 2 and 3

or AEbike.com

parts catalog, search axle spacers..
http://aebike.com/page.cfm?PageID=30...nsearch=Search
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actually arent but maybe the bb ones will work... Im looking the ones that goes in the rear hub thread...

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BB spacers are exactly the same; Third Hand should have many sizes
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thank u guys i found them!...

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thank u guys i found them!...
I'm sure you know this, but be very carefully with spacers behind the cog. You need to ensure that both you cog and lockring are engaged safely.

Personally I would either change cog brand to one with a wider shoulder (ie EAI) or if this is for chainline issues, play with everything else to get a good chainline (crank, chainring, bb, hub etc)
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Thanks for the advice... I use campy ones... i dont have a super ISSUE with the chain line but maybe 2 mms would be a little bit better.. thats all. U know... the bike always in proyect stage... hehehe

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