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    tie-down straps?

    One of the members here has a company that makes hook & loop tie-down straps for spare tubes, tire irons, etc. I think he posted about them in this forum. I tried searching and looking for the post, but I haven't had any luck finding it. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grnamin
    One of the members here has a company that makes hook & loop tie-down straps for spare tubes, tire irons, etc. I think he posted about them in this forum. I tried searching and looking for the post, but I haven't had any luck finding it. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
    Popping a lot of 29er tubes?

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    LOL. The IT-Clips are actually pretty neat. Those aren't the ones, though. It's the one in this picture:
    -Greg
    Lynskey Ridgeline 29-SL, Truvativ Hammerschmidt, Cannondale Lefty 29er SL w/ DLR (Project321 adaptor). 26 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grnamin
    LOL. The IT-Clips are actually pretty neat. Those aren't the ones, though. It's the one in this picture:
    Ha! Oops!...I think you mean the ByeKyle straps: http://www.byekyle.com/

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    Or just get them from a hardware store. I get standard Velcro straps and also rolls of double sided Velcro all the time.

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    Thank you, Drevil and Schmucker. Bykyle straps are what I was looking for.
    -Greg
    Lynskey Ridgeline 29-SL, Truvativ Hammerschmidt, Cannondale Lefty 29er SL w/ DLR (Project321 adaptor). 26 lbs.

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    Awesome Strap is the brand name of another similar product.

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    The one in the picture I posted might actually be an Awesome Strap. Thank you.
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    Lynskey Ridgeline 29-SL, Truvativ Hammerschmidt, Cannondale Lefty 29er SL w/ DLR (Project321 adaptor). 26 lbs.

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    I have a couple of the byekyle straps and they are pretty handy.

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    Go get some 26" dh tubes & use those if you have trouble w/ pinch flats.

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