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Hilltopperny 09-05-2020 07:21 PM

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Originally Posted by CNY rider (Post 2789265)
That's hot! I ordered a matching frame pump with my incoming Drifter.


Nice! I was out on mine this morning! You are going to love it!


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Clean39T 09-05-2020 07:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Cornfed (Post 2789186)
I certainly don't wish a shutdown back, but man, I'd love another crack at that sale ... :)

Me too - might push me over the edge on a disc roadie..

XXtwindad 12-02-2021 10:58 AM

Just perused your website. I’m curious: two of your “race” rim brake models (The “Reactor” and the “Great Divide”) are advertised as having “generous clearance for 30mm” tires. How is that guaranteed with standard caliper brakes? Are you using your own fork?

Thx.

prototoast 12-02-2021 11:55 AM

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Originally Posted by XXtwindad (Post 3018184)
Just perused your website. I’m curious: two of your “race” rim brake models (The “Reactor” and the “Great Divide”) are advertised as having “generous clearance for 30mm” tires. How is that guaranteed with standard caliper brakes? Are you using your own fork?

Thx.

Yeah, they have their own forks: https://6composites.com/

XXtwindad 12-02-2021 12:49 PM

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Originally Posted by prototoast (Post 3018215)
Yeah, they have their own forks: https://6composites.com/

I did not know that. Super cool. Thx!

ERK55 12-02-2021 01:35 PM

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Originally Posted by XXtwindad (Post 3018184)
Just perused your website. I’m curious: two of your “race” rim brake models (The “Reactor” and the “Great Divide”) are advertised as having “generous clearance for 30mm” tires. How is that guaranteed with standard caliper brakes? Are you using your own fork?

Thx.

I have a 2016 Great Divide with the previous generation fork which easily accomodates a (measured) 30mm tire. This is with Cane Creek eebrakes. I think 32’s on my bike would probably be too close.

I’ve seen the current No22 rim brake fork used by other builders- 32’s were easily cleared but again, with the eebrakes.


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