well--are you rolling the film on the reel so the emulsion is facing toward the center of the reel (with the wind of the roll) or so the eumulsion faces away from the center (against the wind on the film spool)?
if outside, then maybe the "spring action"is causing the film to press against the reel more tightly--if so, try winding emulsing side in.
well...actually this is sounding more and more like it's the film...I just noticed that it is not kodak film....I've had wierd problems with non-kodak films in the past...
you may have a bad batch of film.
well...it's not that bad--just shoot with a slight bigger border and one day the source of the problem will become apparent and you'll let us all know. This little bit of artsy extra border isn't worth snifflng about and may become fashionable---I say EXPLOIT it...print with the weird border and take full credit for discovering a new way of hipsterizing a pic...even though you don't know what causes it, you know how to get it...use your camera with your film and your normal dev process...nobody else can duplicate it!!!!
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