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    should a 34T one up oval fit on a ripmo v1

    Im using a 1x11 shimano m8000 bottom bracket. There are no spacers that I can recall between the cups and the frame. The 34T one up scrapes the seat stay. I put in like 2 or 3mm of spacers between the crank and the cups and that allowed the chainring to clear the seat stay. I think this has made it so I cant shift to the 46T cog.

    Would spacers mess up the chainline enough to block shifting to the big cog? I can get it to shift to the big cog on the stand, but it is rough with a cross chain style noise. When I ride it just stays on the 37T

    Should the one up 34T fit? Do I have something setup wrong? I ordered a 30T oval so I can remove the spacers.

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    Have you tried adjusting the limit screw on the rear D?
    I thought the V1 was limited to 32 (or maybe 34). A 34 oval will be 36 at its widest.

    My son runs a 30t Oval on his V1 with a 1x12 and it's a little tight. The 34 is quite large, so I'm sure you'd have to do something funky to make it work. Are you using a -3 or -6 degree one up?

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