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    Monocog chainline (x post from Redline forum)

    Anyone happen to know the chainline measurement on a Monocog 29er? I tried to measure it at the crank but was having a hard time. It looks like it's 50 or 51... ?

    I scored a sweet set of XT M750 crank arms and need to figure out what spindle length BB I'll need.


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    Wish I could help- I have the wrong 'cog and I have a cassette body in any case. Pretty sure the end product will be sweet... Good luck.

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    Here, scroll down to "measure chain line".

    Here

    Here

    Here

    I found all these here, and entered "measure bicycle chain line"
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    Thanks for the links. I'm as bad at internet searches as I am measuring !

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    50mm, thanks again for the links. I used the Park Tool method of getting the diameter of the down tube, dividing by 2 and measuring from there out to the chainring.

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