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Old 01-26-18, 01:15 PM   #26
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Old 01-26-18, 09:55 PM   #27
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The chainring can fit in either side of the crank mountings. Generally it goes on the outside but can be on either. Putting it on the inside sometimes makes a better chainline on a single chainring bike. Roger
Ok, but I am doing a double setup. I believe someone had mentioned that he/she had needed to put a spacer to push the BB out 2mm. I may have got that idea from another thread; cannot recall.
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Generally speaking if you are doing a double the derailleurs will take care of chainline problems because they route the chain towards the sprockets. With a single front cog and a wide rear set of like 8 gears plus it is best to get the chainring in the middle or sometimes the chain will come off the front chainring. I suspect from h88711's post he has a single chainring bike. Roger

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