ISCG OLD or ISCG 05 (difference)

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ISCG OLD or ISCG 05 (difference)
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Posted: May 1, 2010 at 7:27 Quote
does anyone know which one i need on my 2006/2007 trek session 77? i do not know the difference between the two? any help would be appretiated, cheers.

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Posted: May 1, 2010 at 8:02 Quote
Courtesy of philw86:

"Specialized, Giant, and Trek use ISCG-OLD on any model with ISCG tabs (with the exception of the 2007ish Trek Session 10, which used ISCG-05 and a special XW backplate for their elevated frame mounted roller).

Companies that use ISCG-05 in 2009:
Santa Cruz (Nomad/Bullit/V10/DriverIron Horse did since 05.
Evil
Norco
Kona
Lapierre
Yeti
Transition TR450 and newest model Covert
Intense - All 2009 and newer models. ISCG-05 bolt pattern but tabs misaligned from the drawings on 951.

The general rule, if you don't know what ISCG pattern you have, is to simply measure the distance between the bolt holes. You can also use the drawings below to determine if your ISCG mounts are made to specification as well."



Posted: May 1, 2010 at 8:14 Quote
ah so i need ISCG old, thanks alot mate thats a great help! Smile

Posted: Apr 15, 2011 at 14:28 Quote
Do both plates have the same diameter of the hole??

pipes10 wrote:
Courtesy of philw86:

"Specialized, Giant, and Trek use ISCG-OLD on any model with ISCG tabs (with the exception of the 2007ish Trek Session 10, which used ISCG-05 and a special XW backplate for their elevated frame mounted roller).

Companies that use ISCG-05 in 2009:
Santa Cruz (Nomad/Bullit/V10/DriverIron Horse did since 05.
Evil
Norco
Kona
Lapierre
Yeti
Transition TR450 and newest model Covert
Intense - All 2009 and newer models. ISCG-05 bolt pattern but tabs misaligned from the drawings on 951.

The general rule, if you don't know what ISCG pattern you have, is to simply measure the distance between the bolt holes. You can also use the drawings below to determine if your ISCG mounts are made to specification as well."



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Posted: Apr 15, 2011 at 16:58 Quote
stunt-jumper-1996 wrote:
Do both plates have the same diameter of the hole??

No. ISCG has a smaller "hole" than 05.

Posted: Feb 5, 2012 at 18:57 Quote
Great images, thanks!

Posted: Jul 5, 2012 at 15:29 Quote
any one know what a 2008 intense m6 would take? thanks -tdog

Posted: May 11, 2013 at 1:40 Quote
anyone know what a message 2012 tr450 is?...just found that my 08 glory device won't fit

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Posted: May 11, 2013 at 5:20 Quote
Goody81 wrote:
anyone know what a message 2012 tr450 is?...just found that my 08 glory device won't fit

Try reading the second post.

Posted: May 11, 2013 at 10:21 Quote
comacruz wrote:
Goody81 wrote:
anyone know what a message 2012 tr450 is?...just found that my 08 glory device won't fit

Try reading the second post.

oh well done..thanks for that..i only got to the bottom of the post and didn't read the first bit

...i had read that post but someone mentioned to me that transition have changed their fitment from 2010 (when the post was written) from the 2012 version that have.

so i refer to my previous question!...can anyone please confirm the fitment i need?

many thanks

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Posted: May 11, 2013 at 13:52 Quote
From 2010 on it's ISCG 05. They wouldn't go from ISCG old to ISCG 05 then back to old. You can also measure the bolt hole pattern if you have the bike handy. You can also look on the Transition site. It's ISCG 05. Link from site.

http://www.transitionbikes.com/BlogImages/2012_TR450.pdf

Posted: May 11, 2013 at 17:01 Quote
comacruz wrote:
From 2010 on it's ISCG 05. They wouldn't go from ISCG old to ISCG 05 then back to old. You can also measure the bolt hole pattern if you have the bike handy. You can also look on the Transition site. It's ISCG 05. Link from site.

http://www.transitionbikes.com/BlogImages/2012_TR450.pdf

really helpful, thank you for that i really appreciate it Smile

Posted: Jul 15, 2013 at 1:11 Quote
Hi does anyone know what size the 2010 polygon collosus limited ed is?

Posted: Jul 18, 2013 at 17:53 Quote
radlad wrote:
Hi does anyone know what size the 2010 polygon collosus limited ed is?

Can you see the drawing on this thread? Take off your chainring and have a little measure, the difference is quite big once you have seen them.

Posted: Jul 19, 2013 at 18:49 Quote
you all have the internet, therefore you must have heard of google.

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