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Old 08-15-14, 07:59 PM   #1
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Anyone know what rack this is?

Hello all,

Does anyone know anything about this rack?



This is up on my local CL. The person doesn't know anything about it and apparently there isn't anything that would ID this rack. He did say it came off his MTB. I'm wanting it to fit a 700c wheel.

Thanks for any and all responses and it is most welcomed and appreciated.
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It looks like it's probably of decent quality. I also bet it would fit a 700c bike. Most say they're suitable for 700c or 26". Just take your bike with you, or perhaps just a wheel if you have decent spatial reasoning skills, and see if it fits.
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Lots of them made, off shore, like that , brand is what the Importer wants to call it.
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Just take your bike with you, or perhaps just a wheel if you have decent spatial reasoning skills, and see if it fits.
Yeah but I'm on my foldie and out of town for awhile. I guess I can stop at LBS and see what the measurement is on the struts.
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