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PostPosted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 6:09 pm 
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Both frames pictured look short, or is it me?


is 23.5" TT short?

Just an observation. :D I really like them. Is that 23.5" actual or horizontal? The current medium is 23.4" horizontal.
:oops: Apologies for slight deviation from a cracking build :oops:


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P20 wrote:
MadCowKev wrote:
P20 wrote:
Both frames pictured look short, or is it me?


is 23.5" TT short?

Just an observation. :D I really like them. Is that 23.5" actual or horizontal? The current medium is 23.4" horizontal.
:oops: Apologies for slight deviation from a cracking build :oops:


horizontal on the alu, actual along the tube on the ti.


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Cheers Scant :wink:


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They are booth really special, who wants to sell me one? How do they ride are they rigid or springy?


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Cheers Scant :wink:


no probs.


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They are booth really special, who wants to sell me one? How do they ride are they rigid or springy?


perfect balance between rigid in the drivetrain & surprisingly smooth on rough trails. my only really minor downer with the yeti ti is the flexy rear canti bosses makes for a spongy back brake. its deffo 1 frame to use discs over V brakes.


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scant wrote:
perfect balance between rigid in the drivetrain & surprisingly smooth on rough trails. my only really minor downer with the yeti ti is the flexy rear canti bosses makes for a spongy back brake. its deffo 1 frame to use discs over V brakes.


Couldn't agree more. Hence I use discs :P


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