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It's the second, but inside the main drive hole was something like this

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One side is flush with the sprocket, on side has that spacer on it. It can come out, but it seems to fit the spindle better with it on.

 

haha, that is because you have a 19 mm spindle right? The circulo is a 22 mm bore. So you have to use that adapter. Let me tell you a secret, the adapter is supposed to go like this

 

BB shell |= Sprocket Crank Arm

 

The flat part goes next to the BB shell, so it will almost act like a small spacer., yeah if you have it the other way around the chain ring will be in line with the driver.

 

So you turning it around is exactly how it was supposed to be installed.

 

:p

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They were very light , and fun as hell in the 80's to hit up some dirt with . I remember them being fairly expensive like Elf .

 

 

Light Elf you say...

 

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This one I can pick up with my pinky.

 

The FA is my new commuter :D and yes it's light.

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