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Old 07-20-10, 04:00 PM   #1
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Kilo TT Pro, what size should I get?

I had another thread on here, but its too long now and littered with other questions.

Getting Kilo TT Pro from BD.com while its on sale.

5'11
145 lbs(skinny frame)
34 inch inseam(so using .65 and .67 about 56-58cm)
26 inch arm length
5'8 ~5'10 arm span

Ride a MTB that is 19inchs, comfortably. Internet said add 10 cm to that to get road bike frame size. So that would mean 58 cm.

Kilo TT Pro comes in 57 cm and 60 cm.

Which one should I get?
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Old 07-20-10, 04:09 PM   #2
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I dont know if you were the same guy who was posting earlier, (too lazy to check!) but I guess you shrunk an inch. I am pretty sure you were 6ft.


ANYWHO, 57cm. 60 will be way too tall.
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Thank you, and yes I was.

But I didnt know how to delete that thread because there were just so many questions in it.
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