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Old 02-27-08, 10:40 AM   #1
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Profile cage + 40oz Kleen Kanteen

I noticed somewhere in the Thorn Cycles website they were touting a Profile water bottle cage that was supposedly designed specifically for them. From what I can ascertain, it's the Kage. I've had bad luck with various metal cages and am interested in using the 40oz model Kleen Kanteen which I'm assuming would require the use of a rather stout and springy cage.

Anyone use this combo or something similar together?

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I don't believe that the 40oz KK will fit in a regular bike cage. I think only the 27 oz ounce one does.
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If you are looking to fit a much larger cage for 40oz bottles, Topeak makes the Modula. It might not be that easy to track down, but a search of the web should turn up some possibilities.
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