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    2006 BeOne Woodbumble Plus

    I'm building a new all-mountain out of an 06 Woodbumble Plus frame. Does anyone know what type of Shimano front derailleur will fit? The frame uses ISCG mounts.

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    Is there a Shimano fd that uses ISCG mounts? Maybe a candidate for the new SRAM Hammershmidt?
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    iscg mounts are for a chain guide, a front derailleur would mount to the seat post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottzg
    iscg mounts are for a chain guide, a front derailleur would mount to the seat post.
    Maybe...might mount to the bottom bracket. I couldn't find anything on the frame myself.

    OP Might want to contact Be-One if no one else pipes up.
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    I just saw the SRAM Hammershmidt on the website. Awsome! I want it for my new ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickRick23
    I just saw the SRAM Hammershmidt on the website. Awsome! I want it for my new ride!
    Did you see the price yet?
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    Not yet. What's the damage?

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    Estimated between $600 and 650 in the one article I saw with an estimate...
    http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?...mmerschmidti08
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    It probably clamps to the seat tube
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