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    iscg tabs

    Does anyone know where i can get a weld-on iscg tab plate? I'd like to incorporate one in my next build. Thanks!
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    Paragon has them in steel and ti.

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    never done one of the ISCG05 mounts...can anyone provide the frame fit specs? Angle needed and inset from edge of BB shell?

    thanks

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    There is some good information located at ISCG. It is old but has some good stuff.

    Hopefully it helps.

    Quote Originally Posted by Meriwether View Post
    never done one of the ISCG05 mounts...can anyone provide the frame fit specs? Angle needed and inset from edge of BB shell?

    thanks
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    The tabs mount flush with the edge of the BB shell, so it's easy to cobble together a fixture to keep them straight. Also, there's a lot of room for adjustment in most chainguides/bashguards, so while you should try to get the angle at least sorta right, it's not all that critical that it's perfect.

    The paragon mounts come a little undersized on the ID. This can be taken care of with a file or better yet, a lathe, pretty easily. Finally, depending on where your chainstays are places, you may need to carve out part of the mount so everything will fill. IME, they're overbuilt as supplies and this is a non-issue structurally.

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    Thanks you guys! Just to finish off my question
    the angle looks to be set at 50* from chainstay centerline to lower bolt center according to an e13 drawing sent to me off forum. The Paragon Mount is a bit undersized and will need to mill out space for the chainstay, but pretty simple otherwise. Probably the only one Iíll ever do and it took me almost 100 frames before I got asked!


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