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Old 01-10-21, 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Moisture View Post
First check to ensure dropouts are aligned
. Lzy the bike on its side with the bars facing up and gently spread apart each side
No.

NO.

There is a proper way to spread steel stays, and that isn't it.

You have no way of knowing if the stays were aligned before or after if you don't measure, and if you attempt to spread the stays as described above you are unlikely to finish with them aligned even if they were to begin with.
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