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kilo tt fitment

Old 06-19-13, 01:57 PM
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kilo tt fitment

So I was trying to find the proper size frame for my height but my other thread was closed I have no clue why.
But I was being helped by Morgan whom I'd appreciate more help from.
I finally got my measurements right and triple measured and took the avarages like you said Morgan and this is what I came up with.





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Your Measurements

Gender:M
Inseam:29.85 in
Trunk:24.5 in
Forearm:13 in
Arm:23.7 in
Thigh:22.6 in
Lower Leg:19.96 in
Sternal Notch:54.28 in
Total Body Height:66.3 in

The Competitive Fit

Seat tube range c-c49.1 - 49.6
Seat tube range c-t50.6 - 51.1
Top tube length52.5 - 52.9
Stem Length10.2 - 10.8
BB-Saddle Position64.7 - 66.7
Saddle-Handlebar49.6 - 50.2
Saddle Setback3.4 - 3.8


Now hopefully you can tell me what size kilo tt frame I need.
Thanks.
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Old 06-19-13, 02:03 PM
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Jesus ****ing Christ. Your thread was closed because not only is there a dedicated thread in the list of stickies at the top of the forum page all about this stuff but there is also an ENTIRE SUB-FORUM about bike fit.
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Old 06-19-13, 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by purplehaze707
Now hopefully you can tell me what size kilo tt frame I need.
C'mon dude. Just compare the numbers you got to the geometry numbers on the BD website. It's not that hard.
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Originally Posted by Scrodzilla
The 'Fitting your Bike' forum was created just for people like the OP.
Originally Posted by TejanoTrackie
C'mon dude. Just compare the numbers you got to the geometry numbers on the BD website. It's not that hard.
And if the OP can't read a chart, perhaps he should pony up the extra dough and utilize the services offered at a nearby LBS.
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