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    Help! - Lefty Headtube Specs for a Custom Frame

    Does anyone know what the headtube specs are or how to obtain them for a Lefty headtube? I want to have a custom frame built with a true Lefty headtube so I can use the XC3 SI Stem Steerer.

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    Matt

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    Got a reply from C'dale with specs. If anyone's interested let me know.

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    I'm interested so if you please could post the specs of the headtube it would be great

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    Ask and ye shall receive!
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    What type of custom?


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    Quote Originally Posted by TiCutter
    Wholly crap that looks sick! What are the specs on that bike? What does it weigh?

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    This is pic FORM guys sent me


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    wow

    That does look very nice indeed: internal cable routing, BB30 w/ Cdale crank, etc. Now THAT would be my dream bike IF it could also accept a belt drive with Rohloff and possibly a rear thru axle design (not sure if Rohloff would work with that though). I am ordering a Nicolai Argon RoCC so I can try out the Rohloff with belt drive. I know there's a weight penalty, but the "cleanness" and no deraillers appeal to me in theory at least. Ti does have a special appeal to me as well.

    Thanks for sharing those pics!

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