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    Coburn Frame Bag on 9:Zero:7 Frame?

    I'm looking at getting a frame bag for my Medium frame 907 (9:zero:7). I know Relevate makes a bag specifically for them but I was wondering if anyone has tried a Cogburn Bag with a 907 frame?

    They both have a bend in the bag and they look similar. Pics of fit would be great!

    Other suggestions for what frame bag to use would also be great!


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    Quote Originally Posted by SRock24 View Post
    Other suggestions for what frame bag to use would also be great!
    I asked the same in the 9:zero:7 love thread and there was no other suggestions. I did have a partial bag made by a local bag maker in the UK, supplying them a template but it was simply not as good as the revelate one I had previously for my alloy frame. They even made me two version to get it right for me which was good of them. The zip needs to be a curved effort like your cogburn bag otherwise is tough to get stuff in and out. The revelate one uses a stretchy material to over come this.

    I ended up just ordering the bag from fatbikes.com and then you know its spot on.

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