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Old 07-10-19, 02:02 PM
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Ok, so I took one more pic to confirm. There's no spacer on the drive side, but one on the non-drive.

So the best way to handle this would be to swap the spacer to the opposite side and re-dish? Would it be better if I used smaller spacers on either side so the shift isn't so extreme? I probably only need a couple more mm's on the drive side to get the chain clear.

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