Stretching frame to fit rear tire. Aligning back tire correctly between frams

You don't I guess, but the BBR wheels are properly spaced without it
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Looks like his were built with that adapter in mind.
 
His hub juts out further.
I think that is nothing more than the fact it is a closeup pic at an angle...I am sure if the protrusion were measured, they would be the same as mine.

Why would they even change that in manufacture if they already know the length on it is perfect???...lol.
 
I think that is nothing more than the fact it is a closeup pic at an angle...I am sure if the protrusion were measured, they would be the same as mine.

Why would they even change that in manufacture if they already know the length on it is perfect???...lol.
I factored that in, but something seems funky.

I wouldn't put it past a company to do a revision on something that already works! I've run into my fair share of that, I swear they do it in spite.

When he pulls those nuts off and gets another picture maybe it'll look normal.
 
I removed the extra nuts and this is what I have right now.
 

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Is this not a BIG problem??
The disc brake rotor will not clear with the frame as I have it right now, but it's not on. The sprocket and chain clears
Damien should be able to tell you what to do.

I've never used those wheels and my Cruze frame is slightly different.

Sorry about jumping to conclusions, I just saw all those nuts and assumed the sprocket was a mile away.
 
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