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Old 08-12-05, 01:56 PM   #1
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Source for frame specs?

i've decided it's time to upgrade my XC ride. so i bought a frame from eBay, and now I need to find specs on various parts of the frame, specifically head tube length and bottom bracket dimensions. i have checked the manufacturer's website, to no avail.

is there another website where i might find this info?

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What frame did you get? And you can just measure the head tube length and BB width with calipers/tape measurer.
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I'll try to help as best I can.
Thid is probably the best site I know of for specs, if you have one of the bikes listed
Anthony Alsberg.com
Weight Weenies only gives weights but they have most every bike
Weight Weenies
And one of the all-around best sources for MTBing is
MTB Review.com

I hope this helps
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What frame did you get? And you can just measure the head tube length and BB width with calipers/tape measurer.

i bought an '05 haro v4 frame. was trying to get the specs sooner than getting the frame, so i could start getting hands on the rest of the parts...
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Call Haro tech support, they should be able to give you the specs.
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