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Specialties T.A. Cyclotouriste (a.k.a. Pro 5 Vis) History/Info

Old 10-11-15, 11:57 PM
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Originally Posted by lord_athlon View Post
You have the chainring on the wrong side.
Yup, I know. As I mentioned above, I set up up that way for the sake of the chain line + clearance. I have tried it the proper way as well, and also rotated the ring to all five possible positions on the bolt pattern; still the slight lumpiness. Some day I'll get a proper length spindle and re-jigger my chainguard mounts to make them adjustable and put the ring back on the right way just so it looks right.
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