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    Modular Dropouts and ISO Disc Tabs

    I'm about to start working on the backend of my first build. I'm using the shimano modular dropouts that you can find on most frame building supply sites. I went to mock everything up using my open source feng shui tab locator and it seems like the ISO tab will hang off the backend of the modular dropout flanges. Anyone dealt with this before?

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    Yup. You need to use a post mount, if you want to attach to the seat stay. For IS mount, you can attach to the chain stay and bend the seat stay to make clearance for the caliper.Modular Dropouts and ISO Disc Tabs-27074959579_17a2172219_c.jpg

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    Redoctober , You can check out our post mount tabs at bikefabsupply.com , the E36 model is made to go between the chainstay and seat stay. other options are available as well . I have used the E44 and E45 post tabs with the modular dropouts for both 160 and 180 mounting

    David , that frame looks great by the way
    Andrew Cooper
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Coooper View Post
    David , that frame looks great by the way
    Thanks, Andrew.

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