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Okay, I've been searching hoping I wouldn't have to resort to just coming right out and asking this, to no avail, so here goes:

Which side does the adjustment bolt on a newest generation Bushnell EBB face? Driveside, non-driveside? I originally set mine up with the bolt access on the driveside, but today I was replacing the BB (needed a little longer spindle for clearance) and was wondering if that was really correct because it's kind of a pain to get to it with the chainring in the way. BUT, the reason that I originally did it like that was it seemed the BB threaded in incorrectly if I put the bolt on the non-driveside. I'm really beginning to wonder why I didn't just go with horizontal dropouts and V's! :madman:
 

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I set mine up with the adjusting bolt on the non-drive side. It was shipped to me with the adjusting bolt on the driveside.....so I took the two expanding wedges off.....flipped them around.....then put to spring clip back on. Good as new with an easy to access bolt:)

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donkey said:
I set mine up with the adjusting bolt on the non-drive side. It was shipped to me with the adjusting bolt on the driveside.....so I took the two expanding wedges off.....flipped them around.....then put to spring clip back on. Good as new with an easy to access bolt:)

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Thanks! That is exactly what I wanted to hear. I hadn't thought of that, just switching the bolt around, so the cups still thread correctly but I can access the bolt more readily. BRILLIANT!! ;)
 

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Thanks! That is exactly what I wanted to hear. I hadn't thought of that, just switching the bolt around, so the cups still thread correctly but I can access the bolt more readily. BRILLIANT!! ;)
donkey is indeed well known for his infinite wisdom :)
 
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