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    Quote Originally Posted by shanesbw View Post
    Would dirtworks, the Australian distributor be able to order one for me Dave?
    I have a full XTR 2x10 groupset that would be sweet on that frame. Would love to park a new era 26" Ritchey next to my yet to be completed Ritchey P23 from 1990
    Yes, they should be able to special order you one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ritchey_dave View Post
    Yes, they should be able to special order you one.
    Thanks Dave

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    They're here!

    A Limited run of P-Teams are in stock and ready to ship. Available through authorized Ritchey Dealers





    More info
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    After talking to Dirt Works, it seems that it is maybe a very long shot to get a P-Team frame:

    Is it at all possible that an overseas supplier would ship to Australia?

    I really would love a 26" P-Team, I am really struggling to come to terms with having to ride anything in another wheel size

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanesbw View Post
    After talking to Dirt Works, it seems that it is maybe a very long shot to get a P-Team frame:

    Is it at all possible that an overseas supplier would ship to Australia?

    I really would love a 26" P-Team, I am really struggling to come to terms with having to ride anything in another wheel size
    Check with Excel Sports. They don't carry the P-Team but they might be willing to special order it for you. They ship all over the world.
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    Thank you for the contact Dave, have sent an email.
    Cheers
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    Hi
    Is there a difference between the p-team and the p26?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockd View Post
    Hi
    Is there a difference between the p-team and the p26?
    There's no difference. They're the same.
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    What's the fattest rear tire that'll clear the chainstays? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgearstillrolls View Post
    What's the fattest rear tire that'll clear the chainstays? Thanks.
    Actual tire sizes vary depending on the manufacturer, so this question can be a little tough. I'd say up to 2.35 it's a safe bet it'll fit. After that...

    EDIT: a coworker has corrected me and said he wouldn't go past 2.25 and that 2.3 would be pushing it. Thought I'd mention his more conservative opinion as he's had a bit more experience with these frames and larger tire sizes.
    Last edited by ritchey_dave; 08-20-2013 at 08:25 AM.
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    You can always get Independent Fabrications to build you a Ritchey inspired frame.

    Ritchey P-Team 26-ib7gjdekjh5pr.jpg
    Last edited by limba; 08-24-2013 at 07:41 AM.

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    I was thinking along those lines actually... I'm pretty between sizes on the Ritchey and I like a fat rear tire. But then, it wouldn't be a Ritchey, would it? And I'd still be wondering...

    Here's a crazy thought; a 26x2.7 should be just about the diameter of a 650b x 2.1. Wonder what happens if I get a p275 and stuff a big fat 26" in it?

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    P-team update/

    looks to be available from the website/ P-Team Mountain Frame keep up the inovation!

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