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    Yakima front loader can it fit a 27.5 wheel?

    I just got the front loader but the adjustable front wheel brace has stickers on the side to adjust the brace for 20, 24, 26 skinny, 26 mt tire and 29
    What about 27.5?
    I probably need to call yakima, just wondering if someone is using this rack with a 27.5 and what setting you are using.

    Thanks.

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    It should fit fine at the 26/29 settings, I've put a 26er in at the 29 setting (by accident of course) and it holds it just fine. It was a little loose but there was nothing to worry about.

    I am able to fit my 29er with Fat Front in the Frontloader with no worries.
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    I got this rack installed yesterday. I've got a Bronson and used the larger 26" setting, it seemed fine just shaking the bike while in the rack. I'm going to try the 29" setting to see if that "grips" the wheel any better.

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