Yakima Tube Top Extras

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Product Description

  • Installs quickly and securely on a wide range of bikes
  • Keeps your bike mounted solidly on single and dual mast mounts
  • Larger diameter tubing and anti-rotation inserts
  • Larer molded collars are gentle with your bike stem and seat post

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Lowering steel top tube

I've an older model Surly pugsley frame that fits me well but the stand over is a little too tall for my liking. What would be the procedure to cut the top tube and lower it approx two inches in the rear? I've access to a oxy-acetylene welding rig and have experience with gas welding, just not sur ... Read More »

substitute for a Shand Stooshie frame? steel, level top tube, discs, takes wide tires

So now after my vacation I was planning to build a 700c bike. I had my eye on a Shand Stooshie ever since I first heard of it. But now when I look on the site it seems to be discontinued. So now I want something else, but just like it. So I'm looking for a frame that has this: Steel (no ballerina ... Read More »

Top Tube of a Trek Superfly Al 2014 vs same size Trek Superfly FS

I posted this in the Trek section but will ask it here as well. On the Trek website the top tube length of the 19.5 ETT for each bike is significantly different with the hardtail being longer by about an inch. Is this a typo? Based on the geometry online you would need to go with an 18.5 hardtail ... Read More »

Superfly Al hardtail vs Superfly FS 8 top tube

On the Trek website the top tube length of the 19.5 ETT for each bike is significantly different with the hardtail being longer by about an inch. Is this a typo? Based on the geometry online you would need to go with an 18.5 hardtail to get the same effective top tube.Read More »

fatbike and top tube lenght

pardon if it has been discussed before, I did not find my answer searching. i'm looking at a fatbike for next winter season. From what I can see stydying fat bikes for the past year or so, Fat bikes in general seem to run longer stem with shorter TT that what i'm used to on my AM/trail bikes. ... Read More »

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