The Jandd Low Front utilizes a uniquely simple design comprised of a single 3/8" 6061 aluminum rod that forms the entire main frame of the rack. Reverse inverted attachment armatures are double-welded at their bases for easy mounting to the lower fork eyelets. Slotted mounting tracks near the top of the rack allow for easy adaptation to almost any fork configuration. All stress points are double-welded.
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I was running Sram XO 2x10 FD with 40T big chainring before. I switched to 38T and now I can't get FD low enough - it hits the chain stay and there's ~ 5mm gap between it and big chainring. It's 29" frame, so I guess CS is higher than on 26"...
Are Shimano 2x10 front derailleurs any shorter?Read More »
Tubus ergo, surly nice front rack or old man mountain ultimate low rider?
I can't decide on which on to go with. Part of me wants to settle on the tubus since it's relatively cheap.
The old man mountain has a better design in that the upper bars are able to be always level to the ground. But i ... Read More »
Although the website FAQ says high mount, has anyone run a low mount front derailleur on a Tallboy. I just bought a frame and it looks lake it would fit? If hats the case why would SC say high mount only?
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Just replaced the Reba RLT Ti fork on my One 9 with a Niner carbon fork. I've been running a Specialized Captain S-Works 2.0 tire with the Reba, but would like something a little bigger with higher volume to run with the rigid fork. Still want to save some weight (I think the Captain is about 670g ... Read More »
I'm a self admitted not-know-it-all...
I've been slowly collecting parts to rebuild my drivetrain. The article on short bs long on the rear was awesome.
Now, can someone please help with why you would select a high or low clamp front?
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