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Wolf Tooth Morse Cage Ti Now in New Limited Edition Green!

Wolf Tooth Components Morse Cage in SE green on bike
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Minnesota’s Wolf Tooth Components has released a limited edition version of their versatile and madly popular titanium Morse Cage, in green. The Morse Cage gets its name from the “dot-dash-dot-dash” hole pattern on the mounting plate. This distinctive pattern allows the user the ability to align this bottle cage in four separate positions that will align with your bike’s bottle bosses while giving you a full 32mm of vertical adjustment.

Wolf Tooth Morse Cage in SE green 2
Photo c. Wolf Tooth Components

The Morse Cage is made in the USA and is hand-bent and welded in-house at Wolf Tooth. The Cerakote finish is done by a local vendor near Wolf Tooth’s HQ. The Morse Cage is titanium, using 3-2.5 hollow titanium tubing. The titanium cage weighs 33gr. It is made to fit any frame that uses the standard bottle cage boss spacing of 64mm.

Wolf Tooth Components Morse Cage in SE green
Photo c. Wolf tooth Components

The Morse Cage is compatible with the Wolf Tooth B-RAD Mounting Bases allowing even more adjustment to the placement of your water bottle. The Morse Cage comes in other Limited Edition colors like raw titanium, pink, teal, and black.

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1 year ago

Verticle… verticle… verticle…
…Roses are red
Violets are blue
Not only is morse cage is now in green
But verticle is now a word, too!

Zach Overholt
1 year ago
Reply to  Czechmate

Ha, the problem is that verticle is actually a word. Just not used correctly here. Fixed.

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