- Sep 23, 2013
I have a few options. This system should leave the door open/ bridge unburned to a few options anyway.The more I think about it I have to ask since I don't know your exact set up. I believe the split plate will stop you from getting enough offset on the sprocket. Most I have seen need the sprocket inboard of the back of the rotor flange. Yours will be almost directly over it.
In the coloured sketch (which I really did for my own benefit so it may be confusing!), I have shown an alloy chain guard outboard of the split adapter (lined up with the inside of the rotor flange) with the chainring inside of it, and the split adapter narrowed fron the inside edge to make it 3.5mm thick.
On the black sketch I changed things a little. I showed the split adapter narrowed from the outside edge, so the two rings are moved inboard by 1.5mm compared to the previous sketch.
I'm not sure the 1mm gap between the split adapter and the spokes will exist in real life when I try to assemble it.
I don't even know if I'll be able to reach the heads of the m10 button head Allen bolts but we'll see!