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Originally Posted by ThermionicScott View Post
Seems like it would be best practice to "un-dish" the wheel if that is in fact the problem -- if the OP were using a flip-flop hub, he'd need to futz with moving spacers around if he wanted to use the other cog.
Okay, it does have a flip flop wheel, but both sides have equal number of spacers. I'm using the free wheel, which is how the bike was shipped to me. Here are more pics of that:




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