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Side entry bottle cage in stainless or titanium?

Old 09-30-19, 04:59 PM
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Side entry bottle cage in stainless or titanium?

My new compact titanium disc road frame looks cool with King Cage Iris stainless bottle cages.

But then I tried mounting my large water bottle on he seat tube & NO GO!

Not enough clearance. Id like to preserve a similar look & have stainless or titanium cages that are of a similar design. But I need a side load one.

can anybody think of one that will fit my needs?
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Morse Cage

Not side loaders, but you can slide them up and down till they work for you.

The Wolf Tooth Morse Cage is the result of a collaboration between Wolf Tooth and King Cage with a goal of providing a lightweight and low profile way to reposition bottle cages. Named for its dot-dash-dot-dash mounting pattern, the Morse Cage base plate offers four positions across 32mm of vertical adjustment, fully capturing one mounting bolt in every position to prevent movement. Handcrafted by King Cage in Durango, Colorado, the Morse Cage will never mar your bottles, can be bent back into shape if damaged, and are available now in both titanium and stainless steel

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Morse Cage wolf tooth componets

Here is the link.
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Originally Posted by Gconan View Post
Thanks. It looks like a nice design. Ill have to take some measurements and see if there is room for the cage to sit lower.
Id Still like to see a pure side loading cage in stainless or titanium. So far, I can/t find anything. Tacx does make a side load cage that looks like it would do the job, the Radar. It comes in matte black. I suppose I could spec a Tacx Diva cage in matte black for the main downtube cage but I was really hoping for a much more Steampunk aesthetic.
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The Elite Moreo Inox design supposedly offers entry from side to some degree.
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The Elite Moreo Inox design supposedly offers entry from side to some degree.
Thanks! I like it!
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