Hollowgram SI - using 109mm spindle instead of 104mm

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
Bliquid
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by Bliquid

evan326 wrote:I can't say why, but the NDS does need to be flanged, the DS is not.
https://www.stage21bikes.com/stage-21-h ... e-spacers/ is at least one place to source them from. Hope that helps!


Thanks.

In case anyone else is looking, Trinton Cycles will sell you a whole spacer set for £17.

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Tenlegs
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by Tenlegs

I use Qwerty cycles for Cannondale spares in the UK

https://qwertycycles.co.uk/collections/ ... res?page=2

Bliquid
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by Bliquid

Tenlegs wrote:I use Qwerty cycles for Cannondale spares in the UK

https://qwertycycles.co.uk/collections/ ... res?page=2


Yes, thanks. Used them before - unfortunately they didn't have a 7.5 in stock

ninjanoir78
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by ninjanoir78

On my side, i try to install my old srm on mi SL crank 2013, but i removed my 104 spindle to 109, but now on my ss evo 2018, the bb is 73 and i try to fit everything.
My arms are old design, 2013 sL + the srm is not flush or square vs the new sisl2 crank, i try to play with spacers but i have some problems with wave washer, too much compressed and the same clearance each side ( between each arm vs frame)

Do you have advice.
Thanks

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