So I'm about ready to ride this season. I set my x-ring chain tension (1 1/2" of play all the way up to all the way down) with my weight on the suspension. I set the rear alignment by using a straight edge from the rear tire to the front tire measuring the gap. I noticed that I rub the chain with the rear tire aligned. I read up that the o-ring chains cause this issue because they are thicker. So to fix it, I would say I could take the rear wheel slightly out of alignment to miss the chain. The problem with this is its so close to the brake arm that I have practically no room. The tire also seems untrue enough that it will either rub the brake arm, the chain, or potentially both at some points. Its a 104 link chain and I am at the ~4th alignment notch on both sides. Tire is the standard 130/90R16. Is it dangerous to have chain X's on your tire as long as they aren't actually digging into the sidewall?