Bottle cage mount help

M

mxs

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May 14, 2010
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#1
My frame (cr-mo steel) originally came without bottle cage mounts on the frame and I would like to have a set installed. I would like to avoid having to deal with brazing and repainting. It seems like I can use rivnuts instead.

Does anyone have any experience with this, know where I could pick up some quality ones, or know a shop that could do this? I tried using google, but it doesn't seem like リブナットis the correct term in Japanese. What would be the correct term for these in Japanese? Thanks for the help.
 
GSAstuto

GSAstuto

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#3
Minoura makes nice bottle cage holder. So does Zefal. I've seen them variously at Bic Camera and many fixed gear related bike shops like Blue Lug, Brouters, W-Base, etc.
 
FarEast

FarEast

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#4
Actually there is not even any need to buy a bike specific one.

Just go to your local hardware store and buy a adjustable hose/pipe lock ring - normally used for airhoses and hosepipes where you need to lock the join down that is under constant high pressure.



will cost you about 200 - 400 yen depending on size and material.
 
GSAstuto

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#5
The snap-lock Minoura's are de-rigour for any Keirin Long Ride bike. That plus a set of Soyo Green tires. Or, you're welcome to drop by and I'll give you a set of Zefal Mounts, I have a few kicking around and don't use them. The hose clamp solution works, too just make sure you put a piece of old innertube on the frame to keep it from getting scratched (and rusty). BTW - you can get those at Tokyu Hands - or even many 100yen stores.
 
DeltaForce

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#6
The term in Japanese seems to be ナットリベット

I think my old Canondale, 1990's, used something like rivnuts for the bottle cage mounts.