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    E-type & bottom bracket/crank spacing on new EVO

    Just got my new EVO.

    Running the FSA Gravity setup, 2 ring for a crank. Also a Shimano E-Type derailer. Upon initial installion using the instructions provided for the crank/BB It called for zero spacers on both sides. Got it installed and the inner chain ring on the drive side was rubbing on the derailer.

    I Pulled the Cup/Bottom bracket back off on the drive side, added a one spacer between the cup and derailer hanger, now I have no clearance issues. Just wanted to verify this is the correct amount of spacers on the drive side.


    Thanks
    Allen

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    a 1.5mm spacer on the driveside should be fine!

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    Thanks for the info...


    BTW the bike is sik, I will post pics later

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