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My rear wheel is laced up and on the bike now, but I'm having some chainline issues. All my spacers are non drive side and I'm still off, the sprocket is too far away from the bb shell for a straight chainline. I'm running a Primo mix, but it doesn't seem like there's a lot I can do about it.

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My rear wheel is laced up and on the bike now, but I'm having some chainline issues. All my spacers are non drive side and I'm still off, the sprocket is too far away from the bb shell for a straight chainline. I'm running a Primo mix, but it doesn't seem like there's a lot I can do about it.

 

What? pics?

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Pictures wouldn't be that helpful, my sprocket is just a couple MM away from a good chainline. Looks like this...

 

 

BB SHELL > ]-| <sprocket

 

.......hub > ]| <driver

 

Not very straight, but there's not a whole lot I can do about it. I already have no spindle spacers on the drive side. there is like a built in washer on my sprocket, can I flip it around so that the main body of the sprocket is flush with the cone spacer thing?

 

like instead of cone spacer|built in spacer on sprocket| sprocket, could I flip the sprocket so it's cone spacer|sprocket body|spacer?

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Pictures wouldn't be that helpful, my sprocket is just a couple MM away from a good chainline. Looks like this...

 

 

BB SHELL > ]-| <sprocket

 

.......hub > ]| <driver

 

Not very straight, but there's not a whole lot I can do about it. I already have no spindle spacers on the drive side. there is like a built in washer on my sprocket, can I flip it around so that the main body of the sprocket is flush with the cone spacer thing?

 

like instead of cone spacer|built in spacer on sprocket| sprocket, could I flip the sprocket so it's cone spacer|sprocket body|spacer?

 

Pictures would have been most helpful, are your BBs flush inside the frame? Also are you using the right bb cones? One is should be smaller then the other, the smaller one goes on the non drive side. And if your sprocket has a built in spacer that is gay.

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