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There are some cases where this problem occurs when there is an incompatibility between the crank and the bottom bracket, because the ISO square taper to the JIS taper differ on their angles. If for example you got a Sugino 75 crank with a JIS taper you will get that effect, whereas with an ISO taper it centers perfectly.
After riding single speed for a long time I finally went fixed last week and there's no going back. Straps and toeclips: Absolutely. Not only are they more safe because as others have mentioned your feet won't be slipping off the pedal, they also fully connect you with the bike which is the whole point of riding fixed in the first place. Getting in and out ...
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