So, I had a disc tab brazed onto an old 26 frame, as it has mega clearance for 27.5. The guy did a good job. However I had already bought some silver and a torch (about the hottest non-mapp torch) I could get. So, I decided to add a brace, cut from a piece of old steel fork. First time I have tried anything like this - thought it was easier than adding fender eyelets etc as the piece sandwiches into the triangle by design.
Really, I would like to be able to add eyelets, move brake bridges etc, to make nice frames with small clearances more practical.
OK will try pics another time. Won't upload - someone's probably watching iPlayer+downloading podcasts
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