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Old 11-29-18, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Classtime View Post
I think if we each make a point to read Post #1 before posting here, this sticky will not get so cluttered.

What is the TT length ctc of a size 60 1986 classic? (a real question btw)

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58, no?
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize View Post
58, no?
+1, the ones I've built for cehowardGS were all 60cm frames and all 58cm TT.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
+1, the ones I've built for cehowardGS were all 60cm frames and all 58cm TT.
Darn it.
The 62 ctt that I am riding now has a TT that measures 57 ctc (surprised me too). I can get the contact points in the right place but I was hoping to find a Classic 60 with a 57 cm TT (like my Miami Vice) so that I would have a little more seat post and stem showing.

Do the Classic 58s that you have measured have a 57cm ctc TT?
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Originally Posted by Classtime View Post
Darn it.
The 62 ctt that I am riding now has a TT that measures 57 ctc (surprised me too). I can get the contact points in the right place but I was hoping to find a Classic 60 with a 57 cm TT (like my Miami Vice) so that I would have a little more seat post and stem showing.

Do the Classic 58s that you have measured have a 57cm ctc TT?
The 58s I’ve had were 57c TT

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