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  1. Alexis Powell

    What I've learned about QR plates.

    Sounds like an excellent project but maddening. You have everything you think to be perfect, then decide to fix one detail that triggers a cascade of consequences so you end up having to rejigger the whole thing with the risk of bunging up something along the way that might be more bothersome...
  2. Alexis Powell

    What I've learned about QR plates.

    I know this isn't BikeForum, but some of us are enthusiasts, so maybe if you described what you are after in more detail you could get some help. When I think of headset mounted brake cable hanger, I think of the traditional sort, which are widely available from any place dedicated to real...
  3. Alexis Powell

    What I've learned about QR plates.

    Can't you just bolt a non-rotating Arca plate to your scope foot, then use it in the Arca clamp of your head? Something like this, with a lip to prevent rotation: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1062506-REG/desmond_dpl_150_5_7_8_long_lens.html --AP
  4. Alexis Powell

    What I've learned about QR plates.

    In practice, I don't think most users (at least in the USA) suffer issues with Arca-style compatibility. Really Right Stuff, Kirk, Wimberley, Desmond, and all Chinese brands that I've tried (e.g. Neewer) are all intercompatible. Unfortunately, the plates (i.e. 200PL or 3157N) for the RC2...
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