How big a tire can you run on the Frank Jones? I see "fenderable to about 
35," but that's some massive clearance there. 

Santa Rosa, CA

On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 2:35:39 PM UTC-8, Ken Yokanovich wrote:
> Don't get too excited about the 610's  I had a NOS pair of the Gran Comp 
> version that proved to work on the front, but NOT on the back.  I wound up 
> going with a pair of NOS Gran Compe 700's instead.  
> On Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 11:14:18 PM UTC-6, Jeremy Tavan wrote:
>> Well, looks like the rear on mine just didn't want to reach far enough. 
>> It's going to be 610 centerpulls for me.
>> On Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 2:08:14 PM UTC-8, Jeremy Tavan wrote:
>>> I have just picked up a set of Tektro R737 long-reach calipers for 
>>> Frank. On their web site they're indicated as 47-59mm reach, but when I 
>>> picked up the box it indicated 57mm max reach. A quick mock-up fit seems to 
>>> indicate that they WILL reach the rims, but I'm a little concerned and will 
>>> report back. If they don't work out, I'll go with Dia-Compe 610 
>>> centerpulls. I'm not a huge fan of the extra-long-reach sidepulls. This is 
>>> a bike where I really wish they'd gone with canti brakes.
>>> On Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 1:48:18 PM UTC-8, nathan wrote:
>>>> One of the interesting differences between Quickbeam/Simpleone and 
>>>> Frank Jones is that brake options are different (canti vs side/center 
>>>> pull). I'm curious: if you were to build up a Frank Jones would you go 
>>>> with 
>>>> Tektro R559 sidepull, a centerpull (eg. Dia Compe or Paul), or something 
>>>> else? Why?
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Nathan

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