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  1. #1
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    BB95 question (2011 Superfly Elite)

    I checked the spacer stack on the drive side next to the wavy washer and it looks correct. The wavy washer is compressed almost all the way when the crank bolt is tightened down.

    Is it normal to be able to pull the crank from the non-drive side? If I stand on the non-drive side, grasp the crank near the BB area, and pull away from the bike, I can open up a gap between the crank and the BB. I can see the wavy washer compressing more so it makes sense. I just wanted to know if this is normal.

    I don't have any play in the normal, like you would have if the wavy washer was not compressed at all.

  2. #2
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    Jul 2011
    I'm about to build my SF Elite tomorrow so am also interested. Aany answer to this question? I can't imagine this is normal but who knows?

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