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Old 02-12-06, 12:25 PM   #1
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Lht ???

I'v just redieved a nice birthday gift from my wife and istructions to get a touring bike that fits, tough job but I must try. My fit thing involves big feet,and I'm wondering If some good person could masure the FT. center of there 60 cm. LHT so that i'll know if my toes will clear. I have the geomitry chart and the lingth -chainstays looks good .However catalogs arn't always right. I have a 97 volpe, the catalog says that it has 410 chain stays, but the frame I have is 435, This bike will be for sale due to the new arivel, if there is any interest? Guess that I'll need some wheels, etc for this new adventure.
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Old 02-12-06, 12:27 PM   #2
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The LHT measurements should be dead on. My bike is within a couple of mm of the official numbers.
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