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Old 05-16-2010, 02:01 AM's Avatar is offline
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Default Re: novice builder


If you are able to, snap a photo.... every bike is going to be a little different... Definitely take your time on this part of the installation.... if done wrong you will either NEVER be happy/get it running, or might even hurt yourself....

.... as for being flush... sometimes they are... sometimes they arenít.... this is where flipping your sprocket (to stick further out, or further in) is going to come into play....

Is it not flush as in it sticks out further or further in? you may have to change the placement of your rubber spacers.... Iíve had some cruisers have to have both on the inside.... Little tip... get it about half way done, and put it back on the bike to see if it looks like it might work without hitting your tire or frame.... good luck man
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