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Postby meagain » Thu Jun 19, 2008 20:01 pm

Hi, you said "Just measured it, I'd wrongly assumed it'd be 120mm, but it is 130mm. Doh!"
re Langster rear spacing. Having simply built a rear hub to fit, I didn't disagree - thought I'd also assumed wrong. However with wheel out to change sprocket, thought I'd measure - and mine is definitely 120 (well, 121 to be precise, but I might have stretched it a bit with slightly over OLN hub!).

Where are you measuring yours? Inside faces is for sure 120 (as specc'd).
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Postby redddraggon » Thu Jun 19, 2008 20:24 pm

I measured it centre to centre, which I guess is wrong, after seeing the 130mm, I guess I made my measurement fit that.

My new frame is still sitting in it's wrappings (after checking the BB shell).
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Postby robbie the roadie » Fri Jun 20, 2008 09:01 am

Well I did say I might be wrong :wink:

Unfortunately the spesh website doesn't give any hints either

http://www.specialized.com/bc/SBCBkMode ... 07Langster

I guess if you have a 130 spaced roadie wheel kicking about it wouldn't be too hard to check. If it fits then it's 130 if not then it;s 120.
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