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So, I think I've got a line on a new full sus frame. However, it's got boost spacing on the rear. I had planned on just taking everything from my current bike over to the new frame, but I'm realizing the boost spacing complicates things.
Seems I have a few options:
1) Move everything over, and use spacers to make the 142 rear wheel fit in the boost frame. This probably would work best at keeping the chain line sorted out, and is cheapest.
2) rebuild my rear wheel with a boost hub, but keep my fork and front wheel at 100 mm. Apparently this alters the chain line a bit though - is that noticeable?
3) f it all and get a new fork and components, and sell the previous bike as a complete build and not just as a frame. I probably lose money on this deal.
Thoughts from the more experienced mtbers?