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    Goblin Bottom Bracket Spacers Placement?

    Pulled the GXP bottom bracket out of my Goblin last night to inspect. This is the first time taking it apart and I noticed both of the spacers were on the drive side, rather than one on each side, as seen in the link below. Is this normal?

    https://sram-cdn-pull-zone-gsdesign...._cranksets.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grouch51 View Post
    Pulled the GXP bottom bracket out of my Goblin last night to inspect. This is the first time taking it apart and I noticed both of the spacers were on the drive side, rather than one on each side, as seen in the link below. Is this normal?

    https://sram-cdn-pull-zone-gsdesign...._cranksets.pdf
    They both can go on either side, or one on each side. This gives you a bit of leeway when it comes to chain line. Since I run a RaceFace N/W, I have mine both on the non-drive side so I get more even wear on the chainring.

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