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Tor Tec Epic Stainless Steel Rear Rack - Silver

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The ultimate touring pannier rack with ultra-lite stainless steel tubing. Fits 26" and 700c wheel bikes, has a rear light mount plate and multi adjustable fittings.

- Suited to smaller / compact frames
- Max load 40 kg.
- Weight including fittings: 1025g
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Fits A Hybrid Bike?
By
10 Oct 2016
I have a Marin Larkspur hybrid bike with a 22 inch seat tube and 700C wheels. Do you know if this rack will fit my bike? The Thorn expedition rack did not fit as the two stainless steel arms that attach the rack to the bike interfere with the rear V-brake. Thanks.
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

Hopefully this rack would fit, but unfortunately without having it here to test we have no way of knowing for definite. The extension arms on this rack are stepped out so hopefully should avoid the rear brake.

Thanks.
Dimensions
By
02 Oct 2014
What is the dimension measured from the fixing hole above the rear hub to the rack top please? I want to use fat tyres and mudguards so need the clearance. Also does the top of the rack have a 'splash guard', I can't see from the photo.
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

The distance from the mounting hole to the underside of the rack top is 365mm. No I'm afraid this rack does not have a "splash guard".

Thanks.
Tortec Epic Fitting?
By
18 Dec 2013
Hi! I have once of these they are great! But I am trying to fit it to a new 26'' tourer frame and the fitting piece that connects to the braze ons on the seat stays is too long by about 8cm. Any suggestions for an alternate part that wont reduce the structural integrity or aesthetic elegance? Cheers Oliver
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

I'm afraid there are no extra spares for Tortec racks to allow fitting to different sized bikes. I have no suggestions about how you could make this work whilst still trying to keep it aesthetically elegant either I'm afraid.

Thanks.