first, I'm not a roadie, nor am I any of those other choices I was offered for filling out this form (downhiller freestyle whatever). I'm a commuter, shopper, etc. and occasionally I go for long rides on the road with no destination or speed goals, and very rarely I drag the old knobbie bike out into the woods.Anyway, this is the OEM2 Axle plate needed to mount the Speedhub to a Surly Big Dummy. As shown in the picture the kit includes the correct bolt to thread (from the inside out) into the left dropout of the Big Dummy.Use it in good health
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