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Cervelo T4 + Mavic Disc Clearance

Old 02-16-14, 04:54 PM
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Cervelo T4 + Mavic Disc Clearance

Hi guys,

A mate has a Cervelo T4 and has just bought a Mavic Comet Disc (both F+R actually), the clearance beween the wheel and chainstay is VERY tight.... do you think this will be an issue for sprint/kilo? or will the wheel be stiff enough to not rub?



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Old 02-16-14, 06:35 PM
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I've seen countless teams using the T4 with F+R Comet so it's a non issue for sure?

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