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DDX
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by DDX

Building up my trek domane slr frameset :
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Waiting for some small parts to finish the build (di2 battery holder, chaincatcher)

Does someone know what this is ? :
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Blendr mount or race number holder are my first thoughts but not sure...

xkcd
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by xkcd

its probably for the isospeed adjustment

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DDX
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by DDX

xkcd wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 10:39 am
its probably for the isospeed adjustment
No the screw for the isospeed adjuster is the bottom bottlecage scew.

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FIJIGabe
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by FIJIGabe

That's a former team bike. What you're looking at is the number holder that's used for UCI races.

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DDX
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by DDX

FIJIGabe wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 8:50 pm
That's a former team bike. What you're looking at is the number holder that's used for UCI races.
Thnx, found some pictures with a different solution so wasn't sure about it.
Now would be nice to find the part which screws in.

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DDX wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 10:24 pm
FIJIGabe wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 8:50 pm
That's a former team bike. What you're looking at is the number holder that's used for UCI races.
Thnx, found some pictures with a different solution so wasn't sure about it.
Now would be nice to find the part which screws in.
Hate to crush your hope if you are looking to buy that, but those were only made for the team and are not for resale - we can't even get them for ourselves.
Mitchell Mathews | Community Manager | Trek Bicycle Corporation | www.trekbikes.com

DDX
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by DDX

MitchatTrek wrote:
Wed Jan 06, 2021 10:48 pm
Hate to crush your hope if you are looking to buy that, but those were only made for the team and are not for resale - we can't even get them for ourselves.
No problem, don't really need it anyway but would have been a nice addon.

Looking for a final part for this frame.
Do I need the 3s chain keeper or the emonda chain keeper ?
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DDX wrote:
Mon Jan 18, 2021 9:25 pm
MitchatTrek wrote:
Wed Jan 06, 2021 10:48 pm
Hate to crush your hope if you are looking to buy that, but those were only made for the team and are not for resale - we can't even get them for ourselves.
No problem, don't really need it anyway but would have been a nice addon.

Looking for a final part for this frame.
Do I need the 3s chain keeper or the emonda chain keeper ?
3S Chainkeeper is what you'd want! Part # 431223
Mitchell Mathews | Community Manager | Trek Bicycle Corporation | www.trekbikes.com

DDX
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by DDX

MitchatTrek wrote:
Mon Jan 18, 2021 9:51 pm
3S Chainkeeper is what you'd want! Part # 431223
Thanks.

TheRich
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by TheRich

Another Emonda....

56cm SLR7 with XXX6 wheelset, gloss finish zero offset post and 2cm narrower bars (40cm vs 42).

XXX bottle cages
Garmin Vector pedals
Backcountry Research Strap to eliminate seatbag rattling
Donut holder retained for use with a gas tank
(10mm of spacers were removed after the first ride)
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Eventually it'll have a Quarq PM/crankset and Ultegra pedals.

hlvd
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by hlvd

TheRich wrote:Another Emonda....

56cm SLR7 with XXX6 wheelset, gloss finish zero offset post and 2cm narrower bars (40cm vs 42).

XXX bottle cages
Garmin Vector pedals
Backcountry Research Strap to eliminate seatbag rattling
Donut holder retained for use with a gas tank
(10mm of spacers were removed after the first ride)
PXL_20210124_223517234.jpg
Eventually it'll have a Quarq PM/crankset and Ultegra pedals.
Looks fast!

DDX
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by DDX

Build finished (only need to replace the stem, current stem is for checking the length) :

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FIJIGabe
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by FIJIGabe

Good looking build. My only question is why you went with the RX rear derailleur - I would assume it's because you use the bike on rough terrain, but just asking out of curiousity.

hlvd
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by hlvd

DDX wrote:Build finished (only need to replace the stem, current stem is for checking the length) :

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BenSiskri
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by BenSiskri

Ooooh, I do like that. As an owner of 3 Domane, including my current winter hack. Saying that, the latest version I'm not sold on it's looks.
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