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Racks on CF frames

Old 06-15-12, 10:58 PM
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Racks on CF frames

Do any CF bikes come with the accessory atachment hole on the rear dropout?
I'm looking to carry a 40 pound load on a rack.
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the 3 series madone in 2011 did idk about the 2012
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The Gary Fisher Cronus (discontinued, but there may be 2011 and 2010 models lurking around) had special hidden threaded holes in appropriate places for rack and fenders. It's a very nice bike-- I came close to getting one before the BMC I'm on now showed up.
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