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    Where can i get a dual water bottle cage for behind the seat?

    I only found the profile design one but am looking for others to consider. this will be for summer time but now that it's winter the prices may be lower. I think they are really cool. http://www.profile-design.com/2006_p.../aquarack.html. are the cages removable?

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    http://www.trisports.com/remohysy.html
    I have a profile rack, it works fine. The X-lab racks are nice but really pricey, I can't really tell you anything about the others.

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    thank you very much

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    go to NYCVelo on 2nd ave and 3rd st.

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    go to a triathlon with a hefty stick to put into a wheel

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    dang, they are proud of those..


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    Quote Originally Posted by remorashadow
    http://www.trisports.com/remohysy.html
    I have a profile rack, it works fine. The X-lab racks are nice but really pricey, I can't really tell you anything about the others.
    Get the profile racks.
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    any local shop, really.

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    Be carefule when going off curbs and such. I hear they call those things rocket launchers.

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    If u use the big tall bottles they will sling em a mile in a sprint outta the saddle. Big rubber bands do the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGGRO
    If u use the big tall bottles they will sling em a mile in a sprint outta the saddle. Big rubber bands do the trick.
    What kind of rack do you have? mine never has this problem, short..tall..doesn't matter, it keeps them *****es in line.

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    thank you all.

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    minoura makes a bracket that attaches onto your seat rails.

    [edit whoops, it seems like it's already listed on that trisports website]

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    Quote Originally Posted by jciv03
    minoura makes a bracket that attaches onto your seat rails.

    [edit whoops, it seems like it's already listed on that trisports website]
    I have this, as my cervelo is a weird aeroseatpost thing going on, and the profile cages would never fit it.

    Allinall, I think it's pretty decent considering the price. Holds my h2o, and stays out of the way.
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    Camelback?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schnee
    Camelback?
    Got one of those too, and an aerodrink....

    I go through a lot of water in the summers...... florida is teh hot suck.
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    if you get the profile design get yourself some loctite and apply it to all the bolt threads. they tend to come loose very easily, but i haven't had a problem since i loctited them.

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    My late 80's minoura has lost the ability to keep the bottles up. Anybody heard good or bad about the Velocity's version of the seat mount cage holder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiderMike
    My late 80's minoura has lost the ability to keep the bottles up. Anybody heard good or bad about the Velocity's version of the seat mount cage holder?
    I hear they have a pill for that now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by remorashadow
    What kind of rack do you have? mine never has this problem, short..tall..doesn't matter, it keeps them *****es in line.
    I'll check but it is a green plastic. I lost about 5 bottles before I just started using it for 2 bottles that store my gear so I can tape them into place and wrap spare tubes around em.

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    Performance used to make a dual bottle rack that attached to the seat rails. It's a bit heavy, but it works really well if you can find one. (I checked their site, and I guess they don't make them any longer.)
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    If you can wait, they usually show up on Nashbar. aeBike usually has them also.

    Never had problems with mine.
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    i found one for $20 new

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