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Hokie360

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Make sure you verify your dropout spacing. If your frame is 30 years old


it may be too narrow for those hubs. At some point in the 90s or so they switched standard from 126mm to 130mm for road bikes. Or someone that knows what they're doing might be able to spread them enough without damaging the frame. Or you could just bit the bullet and invest in a new bike :-)

(In response to this post by EDGEMAN)

Posted: 05/23/2020 at 4:04PM



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