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Kevin K

Kevin K

SLC, UT

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Kevin K

Kevin K wrote an answer about on April 18, 2014

LASP516052,

Unfortunately we have not tried it specifically to see if it would work. Typically with a full suspension frame, we will always error on the side of wider than narrow. For specific sizing advice, I would suggest contacting Yeti directly as they would most likely know what the minimum Q-factor is for their bikes. Their phone number is 888-576-9384. If you have any additional questions feel free to let me know.

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Kevin K

Kevin K wrote an answer about on April 11, 2014

Hi Patty,

For your CRV with the spare tire on the back, I would recommend using either the Yakima Sparetime (Item YAK0285) or the Thule Spare Me 2 (Item THU0395). Either of these two racks are designed specifically to work with a rear mounted spare tire. This Super Joe 3 Bike Mount would not work appropriately for your rack. If you have any additional questions feel free to let me know.

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Kevin K

Kevin K wrote an answer about on April 9, 2014

Hi DBG3238148,

Great question! An item that is backordered could be due to a variety of reasons. Typically manufacturer availability is the most common. It is fairly common with new products just coming to market, otherwise it can be due to sourcing all the resources needed for said item. Other times it may be a distribution channel we go through is out of stock of the particular item. With all the products we have on our website, it would be incredibly difficult (and costly) to store every item for purchase so items that are purchased less frequently sometimes will require an order to placed for them once a customer purchases them. If you have any additional questions regarding backorders, especially on a particular item, please feel free to contact our customer service department at 888-276-7130.

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Kevin K wrote an answer about on April 3, 2014

STEP240070,

That photo you are seeing is the Surly OD crankset that Borealis originally spec'd and have made a rolling change to. The crankset spec'd on these bikes currently are the Race Face Ride 22-36 crankset which has a 104 BCD. If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact me at KKolbe@CompetitiveCyclist.com.

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Kevin K wrote an answer about on March 18, 2014

Dan D,

These shoes have been incredibly popular with 5.10 and hence difficult to keep up with demand. Based on your order/size/color, we have a scheduled delivery at the end of the month. Currently, we only have the Brick Red color available for the size that you had ordered. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to let me know. My email is KKolbe@CompetitiveCyclist.com.

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Kevin K wrote an answer about on March 18, 2014

Tire sizing can not only vary by manufacturers, but also by models within a particular company. It is normal for some to vary as higher end tires are handmade and will have some variations. As for the tires you received, you can return them to us within 90 days for a store credit and get some different if you prefer. If you have any additional questions or would like help setting up a return, please contact me at KKolbe@CompetitiveCyclist.com.

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Kevin K wrote an answer about on March 17, 2014

DBUP650303,

It all depends on the size of the frame. It is almost certain you will need to remove the handlebar. However, having to remove the rear derailleur would definitely be dependent on frame size. I would say if you had a small frame you should be alright, whereas a larger frame may require some attached parts to be removed.

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