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    Enduro SL question???

    Anyone know what the two threaded holes on the SL's non-driveside seat stay are for?
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    Brainfade mount?

    Just guessing.
    Saw the SL today... kill me.

    Sweet bike.
    Tax return pleasssssssse!

    Ken

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    I am going to second the brain fade mount.....dont ask me why.
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    jut8 how you liken?

    The SL.
    Waiting 1 month to pull the trigger.
    Are they making Large frames?
    Next to impossible to locate.

    Ken

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    On the Stumpjumper those holes hold the Brain for the shock.
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    No good stick to the question at hand!

    Quote Originally Posted by dplenzig
    I stopped by my lbs in CO and they had 7 enduro SLs, 2 expert, 2 pros and 3 S-works. The bike rides very nice, the corbon is so stiff.
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    The SL.
    Waiting 1 month to pull the trigger.
    Are they making Large frames?
    Next to impossible to locate.

    Ken


    This is not a thread about carbon frames and how they ride. Does anyone know for sure what the holes are for...
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    I just checked my frame, and those are actually just 2 dimples.....no threads, atleast thats the way they are on my expert frame.
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    SL Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by jut8
    I just checked my frame, and those are actually just 2 dimples.....no threads, at least thats the way they are on my expert frame.
    I think they are threaded on the SL Pro...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eldogo


    This is not a thread about carbon frames and how they ride. Does anyone know for sure what the holes are for...
    Sorry for the off topic.
    I will thread my hole if it helps?

    Try asking Specialized.... they would know, they put them in.

    Cheers.
    K

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    Not threaded on the pro, I checked the bikes on the floor today. They are just dimples

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    In looking at the bike in person, it looks like they just used the Stumpjumper dropout.

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