Old 04-23-19, 11:52 PM
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Originally Posted by KCT1986 View Post
Inconsistent placement of the wheel would require constant adjustment of the RD's "b-screw" to optimize shifting.
Inconsistent placement could also put the brake pad into the tire or spokes.

It's probably best to keep the part in the dropout so you don't have to eyeball the placement. Even without a similar part in the other dropout, placement is close enough when you try to center the wheel between the stays the brake pad alignment is usually close enough.
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