Old 08-31-12, 12:11 PM
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1. Why "band aid" things when you can just do it right to begin with and dish the wheel properly. (Furthermore a flip-flop hub will work exactly as designed in the first place.)
2. Also, it wouldn't hurt to have the rear dropout alignment checked - 5 minute job. This will reduce dropout influenced wheel slip when tightening down the mounting nuts.

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