Kind of curious...have any of you guys experienced misalinged dropouts on your Super Six? I know we have warrantied a single frame because of it, but this morning, I noticed that mine appear to be off.
What type of misalignment do you guys have with the drop outs? I noticed on my Super Six that I can't remove the rear wheel without removing the drive side skewer head. It hits the rear derailleur as I try to remove the rear wheel. Should they have been angled in a different manner?
I noticed on my CAAD4, the chainstays are much longer & I can move the wheel forward and down. On the Super Six I do not have that forward range. Any of you guys have the same problem?
Basically, if I install the wheel without the hanger, the wheel is not straight. But with the hanger installed AND the skewers clamped tight, the wheel hub/axle flange then sits (just barely) on the hanger and that straightens out the wheel. I'm going to ride it for a few more months and see how it goes. So far, the wheel has not come out of alignment during a ride nor have I checked the axle flange to see if there is unusual wear.
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