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No tricks. Just bolt the adapter to the Phrunt Shui, mount it on the dummy axle and slide it over against the dropout. Then rotate and modify the adapter until it fits the mix of fork leg/dropout you are using. As long as it falls within the arc of the Anvil tool, I haven't had any problems. If you are using through axle dropouts, you need to space the adapter over 3mm to account for the recess in the dropout.
 

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Couple pics of the problem fork: I don't see how to have made the tab go any further laterally so the IS to PM adapter can clear to the inside, but it lines up almost on top of the tab when the rotor is in the brake. Bicycle wheel rim Bicycle part Spoke White Rim
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I took a few pics with an IS mount bolted to the Phrunt Shui and mounted on an old road fork. It looks like you didn't have the tool pushed over against the dropout face. On a tapered fork leg like that, I would expect the top of the adapter to be hanging off the edge of the fork leg.

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