How do these affect chainline? Mounting the chainring onto the inside of the adapter (as pictured) would help. but will it still locate the chainring further away than the factory dished chainring supplied with the drive?new 4-arm ø104mm and 5-arm ø130mm spiders sold here
now 6mm thick alu
EUR 40,- each
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Hi a... The 4arm 104mm BCD moves the chainline about 4-5mm out compared to original as I rememberamigafan2003 wrote:The 4-arm ø104mm MTB spider - does it push the chainline out or does it stay the same as stock?
Actually I didnt try myself but 3mm is about the space between 2 front chainwheels anyway, so why not..... If you try and its not possible Ill give you a full refund on the spider.jaysha wrote:Can the 3mm spider be used for a double with one chainring on each side?
Hi nukezeronukezero wrote:what kind of special bolt I need to buy to mount a single chainring to this spider? I assume a chainring is only 3mm and this spider is also 3mm. Therefore, a 8mm bolt is too big?
This spacer might just solve your problemnukezero wrote:what kind of special bolt I need to buy to mount a single chainring to this spider? I assume a chainring is only 3mm and this spider is also 3mm. Therefore, a 8mm bolt is too big?
Hi joshseitzjoshseitz wrote:eride, have you ever considered a 144mm track chainring adapter? It seems that size would permit the gear case to nest within the chainring if you added some spacers, improving chainline. Somewhat limited in terms of chainring sizes (42T min, i think) but may work. Thoughts?