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Old 2011-08-05, 02:34 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by saskatchewanian View Post
yah proper spacers from BMXers etc would probably be best but I found a stack of "plastic washers" cut from the lid of an icecream pail worked great to set my DX cranks a bit further out when they rubbed on my Yuni frame.
These spacers worked well also But the nimbus frame was wider so I needed new ones. I'm still beating up that DX32 I got from you on that Torker DX wheel! The hub was changed last year though, the torker was twisted.

I think I had my crank only when I went to the BMX shop for spacers, I remember the guy asking for what kind of BMX it was!
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