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Old 03-01-20, 10:07 PM
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Incepi fixtures are available.

After an absence from the market, incepi disc mount fixtures are available. ISO and Post Mount fixtures are in stock, and Flat Mount fixtures are on order and expected soon.
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Old 03-02-20, 09:25 PM
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Great stuff! I will be bookmarking those for future purchases.
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Bought one of the flat mount fixtures, works great


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How do you get the spacing right?
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With that fixture, it needs a spacer between the fixture and the dropout face to get the mounts in the right place relative to the dropout face.
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Comes with a the spacers. You need a piece of 3/4 inch tubing and a bolt. The fixture and the spacer go on the tube then bolt the whole thing up to the drop out. As I used the Columbus chain stay with the brake mount crimp I had to locate the crimp on the mount and cut the stay together. I was surprised how easy and well it worked.
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"You need a piece of 3/4 inch tubing and a bolt."
I am curious about your dummy axle bolt diameter. What tolerance was there between the bolt and the 12mm hole in the dropout?
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Originally Posted by incepi View Post
"You need a piece of 3/4 inch tubing and a bolt."
I am curious about your dummy axle bolt diameter. What tolerance was there between the bolt and the 12mm hole in the dropout?
I don't know what size the bolt is maybe 10mm. The way I did it I worked off the 3/4" tube fitted into the axle slot and made sure the top of the curve was butted up against the 3/4" tube. The bolt was just to hold the tube in place. Like I said above worked great caliper lines up
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I'm confused, I need to see pictures
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Originally Posted by unterhausen View Post
I'm confused, I need to see pictures
Apparently he used a piece of 3/4 OD tube and a bolt in place of an actual dummy axle.
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Originally Posted by unterhausen View Post
I'm confused, I need to see pictures
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