1992 Yo Eddy frame and forks.

Vgavga

Retro Newbie
It appears I’m too new to this forum to PM, so here is my email address garnier dot victor at gmail dot com

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V.
 

M-Power

Old School Grand Master
FAT sizing is Med is for someone 5’10”-6’, M/L 6’-6’2” and L is 6’2 upwards. There is some wiggle room depending on if you are built like an Orang or T Rex.
 

BlackCat

Retro Guru
FAT sizing is Med is for someone 5’10”-6’, M/L 6’-6’2” and L is 6’2 upwards. There is some wiggle room depending on if you are built like an Orang or T Rex.
I would say an M is like a 17” and an ML is 18”, or thereabouts. I’m 5’10” and, whilst I have both sizes, the ML is my size. I don’t think someone at 6’ would be comfortable on an M..
 

M-Power

Old School Grand Master
I would say an M is like a 17” and an ML is 18”, or thereabouts. I’m 5’10” and, whilst I have both sizes, the ML is my size. I don’t think someone at 6’ would be comfortable on an M..

This is from the FAT 99 Brochure. They suggest 5’9”-6’ for a Medium. Its personal preference at the end of the day and everybody has different body proportions and riding style. FATs ‘typically’ have longer TTs and this may influence what frame a rider prefers. :)
 

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BlackCat

Retro Guru
This is from the FAT 99 Brochure. They suggest 5’9”-6’ for a Medium. Its personal preference at the end of the day and everybody has different body proportions and riding style. FATs ‘typically’ have longer TTs and this may influence what frame a rider prefers. :)
Yep - agree. As you say, we’re all different shapes and prefs!
 
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