Old 11-18-09, 12:22 PM
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install the adapter somewhere else? if there's a screw somewhere on the bike that can be substituted with a longer one so some threads protrude, then screw the adapter to that. you might already have enough threads protruding somewhere.

or put a screw through a chainstay or seatstay fender mounting hole with the adapter as the nut. lots of possibilities.
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