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Thule Frame Adapter Extras

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Use the Thule 982 Frame Adapter for bikes without top cross bars, allowing you to carry bicycles on rear mount and hitch mount bike racks.

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What size adapter to fit DT Swiss rear shock to SL frame?

Trawling thhrough the SL build topic I see a few SL frames with DT Swiss rear shocks, as opposed to t he more usual Fox RP23. Can anybody tell me if the mounting hardware i.e. the bolts is the same for both and also what size adapters are needed to fit the DT Swiss shock to the frame. TIA. ok, f ... Read More »

Thule apex 4 and frame adapter help

Recently bought the family bikes and just bought mine yesterday. The frame sizes are 19,16,13,and a small youth 24". Yesterday I wasn't able to get all 4 bikes on my new Thule Apex 4 (or any hitch 4 bike rack for that matter). I will play with it more today some time. For the kids bikes to fit ... Read More »

Frame 170mm rear combined with 135mm hub and adapter

Is it possible to have a frame with 170mm rear, and use a 135mm hub with adapter? I'm currently thinking IGH (Alfine) on a 170 mm frame. Will the wheel need to be purpose-built for exactly this combination? I've tried to search this forum, but cant figure it out. I saw some pictures on rear hub s ... Read More »

Chainguide BB Adapter With ISCG Old Frame

I have an iscg 05 LG1+ that I am going to use on a new build later this winter, but my intermediate bike has iscg old tabs on it. I am curious if the bottom bracket adapter will work with the frame with the old tabs so that I can use it on this bike until I build up my new one. Want to know if there ... Read More »

Adapter MTN front derailleur Monstercross frame issue

I purchased a Origin 8 CX 700 with 105 5500 9 speed levers and am rehabbing the drivedrain. I have 9 speed LX 2 piece cranks with external BB M-582. Because of the large tire clearance, the chainstays are so beefy that a road crank will not work. I am placing a MTN front derailleur in the mix, and I ... Read More »

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