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Arm Pad Spacing on Giant Trinity 2016
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Recently bought a medium 2016 Trinity and had a retul fit done on it...fits like a glove except ive been requested to somehow move the arm pads wider to allow for a less rounded back. Does anybody have any ideas on how to make the pads wider...im already at the max they allow. My thoughts are that i will have to machine something to extend them or get different cradles/pads.

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Re: Arm Pad Spacing on Giant Trinity 2016 [mastap693] [ In reply to ]
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If the bolt spacing matches up, you can try the zipp pad extender:

http://www.zipp.com/...-pad-wing-extension/



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Last edited by: gmh39: Jan 9, 17 15:35
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Re: Arm Pad Spacing on Giant Trinity 2016 [gmh39] [ In reply to ]
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gmh39 wrote:
If the bolt spacing matches up, you can try the zipp pad extender:

http://www.zipp.com/...-pad-wing-extension/


Bold hole pattern appears to be 25mm C-C (centre to centre?)...measured on my Trinity a 30mm gap centre to centre...:(
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Re: Arm Pad Spacing on Giant Trinity 2016 [mastap693] [ In reply to ]
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Profile-Design F35 have 2x15mm spacing (so 30mm) and will be much wider than the Giant ones. Try to get the Alloy version, not the injected plastic.




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Re: Arm Pad Spacing on Giant Trinity 2016 [mastap693] [ In reply to ]
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What is your pad distance, center-to-center?

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Re: Arm Pad Spacing on Giant Trinity 2016 [Travis R] [ In reply to ]
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Travis R wrote:
What is your pad distance, center-to-center?


From measuring a rough centre on both pads...looks like 17/18cm
Last edited by: mastap693: Jan 10, 17 8:49
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