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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2016 4:30 am 
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On my frame, 25s fit comfortably. With 27 there was a tiny amount of rub, and I gave that up + I didn't like the 27s anyway..
Maybe this helps - hard to judge from the photo, but at least you get an impression.

EDIT: That was and is (in photo) Veloflex 25mm, which are more like 24mm, but actual 25mm fits fine too. The 27mm were Vittoria, and I think true 27mm. I did not think there would be any rub, but I discovered small marks after riding, so clearly there was under load.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2016 4:54 am 
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It rubs the chainstay if I don't manually center and crank down the QR real hard. I have 24's on 17mm internal width rims.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 07, 2016 4:48 pm 
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Reviving this zombie thread.
Finally got around to warranty my 2011 R1 frame because of the rear dropouts issue, before the warranty ran out. They sent me a new frame last week, just unpacked it. First of all the BB has magically transformed to 68mm threaded from PF86, which is fun. And also the frame / fork weight is 950g / 370g for size 52. What's interesting is they provided a manufacturing quality sheet indicating that the maximum tolerance is 931g (which of course it doesn't actually meet).
So now I'm left with a brand new frame that is actually heavier than the 54 cm frame it replaced (900g / 376g) and according to some other forum members, may potentially have the exact same issue that I warrantied it for. I sent some hate mail to Scott corporate, but I'm not really expecting a response. I don't want to hassle the shop that did the warranty, because I didn't buy the bike there and they get literally nothing out of the exchange. Do I have any recourse at all? Am I better off selling the frame as new and buying something else and eating the difference? What would you guys do?
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