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    Odd problem........

    I noticed as I cleaned my KHS Solo One Se that when I put my rear wheel back on, it was aligned perfect with the lower part of the triangle (pointed straight) but the wheel was not aligned well with the upper part of the triangle (where the rim brakes attach)....................... my frame (rear triangle) appears to be geeked - not good........I'm going to give it a run tomorrow and try to see whats up........hmmm, may be in the market for another frame..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_chrome View Post
    I noticed as I cleaned my KHS Solo One Se that when I put my rear wheel back on, it was aligned perfect with the lower part of the triangle (pointed straight) but the wheel was not aligned well with the upper part of the triangle (where the rim brakes attach)....................... my frame (rear triangle) appears to be geeked - not good........I'm going to give it a run tomorrow and try to see whats up........hmmm, may be in the market for another frame..........
    or a trip to a bike shop with an alignment table

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