Narrowing the OLD may or may not require redishing. If you can get where you want to be by removing equal amounts of spacer from each side then you don't need to touch the wheel. If you need to remove more from one side due to chainline, room for the freewheel etc. then you will need to redish when you are done. From a practical perspective, if you redo the spacers and the wheel fits in the frame fine it is probably fine. If it is closer to one chain stay than the other then you need to redish.
Doug Van Cleve Chandler, AZ USA
On 11/18/06, Tom Hayes <email@example.com> wrote:
> Could someone please provide me with information about changing the rear
> wheel spacing from 120 mm to 114 mm? I intend to change a 120 mm spaced
> flip-flop hub to 114 mm. My specific concerns are whether this change will
> necessitate changing the dish on the wheel. And how do I determine whether
> I have to change the dish on the wheel?
> Thank you.
> Tom Hayes
> Chagrin Falls, Ohio USA