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  1. #1
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    F-Si rear wheel offset?

    Anyone know the correct offset for the rear wheel on an F-Si? I had assumed 6mm based on all of the marketing info, but pulling mine out & measuring it, I'd say it's more like 10mm... is that right? (2015 Carbon 2 if it makes a difference)

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    I have the same question. I checked the dish on my 2016 Carbon 4 wheel and it was around 10.5mm. I found some used Mavic wheels for an upgrade and they were 11.5mm. Makes me wonder if it should be 12mm. If it shifts the hub +6 to one side, it shifts -6 from the other so total difference using the dish tool is 12mm?

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    in our Shop we did several Wheels with around 10.5mm. So its optically in the center of the chainstays/Seatstays.

    The size cannondale told us was 12mm, officially by many discussions with the german service chefs. But it doesnt look nice and wont fit with the requirements of the customer.
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    - Cannondale 2x Spider XX 120/80

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