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    VPP Linkage and chainline path.

    I have a SC Blur LT2. Best bike I have ridden. However, as you all know with the VPP system, VPP linkage/chainstay is in more of a position to conflict with the chainline path. I only have 1/8" spacing between the chain (granny gear) and VPP linkage. I set the chainline at the recommendation by raceface and shimano and still have some conflicts.

    Does anybody have a solution? Did you just use more spacers to push the chainline to have more clearance?

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    have you got some pics of this issue aliikane?
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    How is it when you are on the bike and the suspension is sagged
    I crashed hard enough on my Tallboy to break my leg,
    The carbon is way more durable than most people.

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    Yup, need to see some pictures of your setup.
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