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    9zero7 front rack

    I found that the easiest way to get front rack mounted is to use Salsa fork but it is made of cr-mo.
    Fatback alloy fork is too long and will change geometry.
    Are there any other options?

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    The "Freeload" rack might work, although I see that the design is now owned by Thule and I can't yet find it on their websites.

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    I read somewhere else The Freeload racks should be available from Thule in the US by March or April of 2013

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    Tree Fort Bike and Bikeman sells them.
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    thanks

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    those Thule racks do not clear 4 inch tire.... what to do but don't want steel fork.
    Last edited by a2gtinut; 06-25-2013 at 12:10 PM. Reason: mistake

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    Fatback fork is shorter than a Salsa fork.
    The Fatback alloy fork is very nice.

    Steven

    Quote Originally Posted by a2gtinut View Post
    I found that the easiest way to get front rack mounted is to use Salsa fork but it is made of cr-mo.
    Fatback alloy fork is too long and will change geometry.
    Are there any other options?
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