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Old 03-31-06, 09:00 PM   #1
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Perfect rack for Sutra

Topeak makes racks that are specifically designed for bikes with disc brakes, and mounts very well on the Sutra. There is another besides the picture that has a second side bar if you plan on also using their trunk bag that slides and Clicks on. Will hold 25kg. Put mine on tonight.
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Old 03-31-06, 10:55 PM   #2
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Could you post a photo please?
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Topeak makes racks that are specifically designed for bikes with disc brakes, and mounts very well on the Sutra. There is another besides the picture that has a second side bar if you plan on also using their trunk bag that slides and Clicks on. Will hold 25kg. Put mine on tonight.
But where to get one? I'm having a hard time finding one anywhere.
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Got mine at the REI in Bloomigton. I got the Explorer, they did not have the Super Tourist model. It works well, as long as you are not usng the Topeak trunk. It slides on and clicks into place, preventing pannier use. I have a different trnk so not a problem.
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Right under my nose. Thanx Dan!
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This is the 'Super Tourist DX', for discs, not the plain 'Super Tourist' if any of you are doing this by mail order.

A nice rack, if we are alowed to say that without QPB suing us for trademark infringement
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