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Old 10-29-14, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by BikeNeophyte View Post
Right. But I thought if you have a Quick Release than the frame will easily disconnect from the rear wheel altogether.

It's hard to understand for some people without trying it. Try the advice above. Tie your rear wheel to something though the frame triangle. Then try and remove the frame. You will not be able to do it without untying or cutting the rope.
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