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Originally Posted by Homebrew01 View Post
So, 4 options I think (ok, just 3).

1) Get it dished. 1/4 turn or so tighter of the spokes on the side that has the bigger gap to pull the rim over.
2) Respace the locknuts
3) Say "good enough" and just ride it, as long as you have plenty of clearance between the tire & frame.
4) bend the frame to create a bigger gap so both sides match ....
Honestly I haven't responded because I know this is a little over my head and I don't want to get flamed.

Anyway, I investigated further and I have pics included. I believe the frame is slightly off.

Considering the following pics, would you say I should just stop being so picky?

I checked the spacing and this is spot on: same distance between locknuts and shell.


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