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    Got a 2004 enduro FS frame , my question is that cranks are 64 / 73 mm use . i measured the width on the frame where the that all goes in, and it measured 67mm and some change , and i was told that if its 64mm use all 3 spacers ,2 on the drive side and one on the other , and if it's 73 mm use one on the drive side .. should i concider it being 64 MM ? I got a new LX and the outbourd bearings screw right in ,but now where to use the spacers concidering i dont have a TRUE 73 or 64 mm measurement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.M.S
    Got a 2004 enduro FS frame , my question is that cranks are 64 / 73 mm use . i measured the width on the frame where the that all goes in, and it measured 67mm and some change , and i was told that if its 64mm use all 3 spacers ,2 on the drive side and one on the other , and if it's 73 mm use one on the drive side .. should i concider it being 64 MM ? I got a new LX and the outbourd bearings screw right in ,but now where to use the spacers concidering i dont have a TRUE 73 or 64 mm measurement.
    Typical shell widths are either 68 or 73 mm, sounds like you have the 68. Use one spacer on the non-drive side, two on the drive side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikinfoolferlife
    Typical shell widths are either 68 or 73 mm, sounds like you have the 68. Use one spacer on the non-drive side, two on the drive side.

    For some reason i thought it was a 64/73 mm , My bad .. Now it all makes sence to me

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