damcard i think the 135mm will be less dished.
i was checking disk brakes spacing from the frame on 135mm and 150mm frames, in bike stores and they seem same, only the hieght of bracket changes with bigger disk diameter, but i didnt measure it with caliber.
if the disk spacing is the same then that means the motor should be at same distance from the rear fork on disk side, wich leaves you with more space on the freewheel side in a 150mm axle, so if looking at the bike from it's back where freewheel is in right and disk is on left, the motor will be more dished to it's left.
i have the 405, which is same width, and from posts i red about the 400 there was a problem using a disk, not anough space with 6-7 speed freewheels, so i am guessing they moved the motor to the right side on the expanse of speeds so we can use only 3 speed freewheels, what tells me that in 135mm axle the motor is more centered
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