--- Sheldon Brown <CaptBike@sheldonbrown.com> wrote:
> Wayne Davidson asked:
> >Hi all, if I was using a Campagnolo road crankset in a fixed
> wheel, would
> >the outer chainring position be the same as a Campagnolo
> Definitely not. It would be quite a lot farther to the
> right. The
> inner ring will likely be in an approximate "track"
> See: http://sheldonbrown.com/
One thing worth noting, though, is that Sheldon's chart assumes the road/double crank would be using a road/double bottom bracket spindle. In my experience, the use of a spindle meant for a track/single crankset would place the chainring (when mounted on the outside) in the correct position - or close to it.
In such a case, though, it's likely that you would have to
grind off the mounting lugs for the inner chainring.
Otherwise, they will make contact with the chainstay.
Fred Rednor - Arlignton, Virginia (USA)