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Old 07-10-19, 04:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Andrew R Stewart View Post
The frame guys will see this as a frame issue. Rescallop the stay end a tad. Most wrenches see a component issue. Add spacers or use fewer cogs. Both are right. Andy
Agreed, except to the degree that there is not enough of the axle's lock-nut, that extends beyond the last cog, (or freehub locknut). Otherwise, no matter how much one indents the frame, he will still be clamping against the freehub, (or the chain when it's on the bottom ring), rather than the axle locknut when closing the qr. Can't be sure from the pics, but I doubt there's much.

If you really get satisfactory clearance by going halvsies on both sides, you might be able to skip re-dishing. Worth taking a look, perhaps...
Is it correctly dished now? Wouldn't be the first wheel that wasn't.

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