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    Clearance of cog on EMD frame

    Let me know what you think, I'm on a Shimano BB using both spacers (one at each side)






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    With a shimano 68mm bb you use 2 spacers on the drive side and 1 on the non drive side.

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    That's too close for comfort.

    The 2011 EMD 9 has a 73mm BB so one spacer on the drive side and none on the other is the correct way.

    Taking out the spacer from the non-drive side should give you 2.5mm more clearance between the chainring and right side chainstay.

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    Apparently I got one missing then, where's a good place to find one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tracke30m3 View Post
    That's too close for comfort.

    The 2011 EMD 9 has a 73mm BB so one spacer on the drive side and none on the other is the correct way.

    Taking out the spacer from the non-drive side should give you 2.5mm more clearance between the chainring and right side chainstay.


    Got it, will remove it then until it's too late.

    Thnx

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