3T frame on a Tacx Neo

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nogueira.nuno
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by nogueira.nuno

Hi Guy,

Did anyone had or have an issue using their 3T frame on Tacx Neo (1)?
I bought the 12x142 tacx adaptor but that doesn’t feel right when assembled both.

If someone have any info I would really appreciated some input.

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moyboy
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by moyboy

is your disc caliper hitting on the side? if so use the 5mm spacer.

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by nogueira.nuno

That’s true!!

Great tip 👌🏻

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by ms6073

Tacx's non-drive side adapter is a one-size fits all design. When I purchased it for my Scott Solace disc, even fully tightened, the non-drive side adapter flange did not contact the frames thru-axle fitting so I used a dremel to shorten the adapter. After I replaced the stock thru-axles with Lightning Bolt-On thru-axles from The Robert Axle Project, I noticed the rear was supplied with an alloy bushing.
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