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Old 12-09-08, 02:09 PM
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Originally Posted by jmartinez View Post
You should avoid moving axle spacers and re-dishing a flip-flop hub since the other side will be out of alignment then. Look for other ways you can move the chainline. Can you move the chainring to the inside/outside of the spider? Does your bottom bracket have an asymmetric spindle that you could flip? If it's just a tiny bit, will a spacer between the freewheel and the hub help?
Well, im not sure about the BB or anything. the mechanic told me not to worry about it. He rode it and he said its probably very sparatic, which it is. So I guess until something goes wrong, just ride it the way it is? I mean the chain looks almost perfect, not too tight or loose. The line is very close to being exact as well.
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