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Posts: 2086
Location: Newport

Posted: Thu Aug. 10, 2006 10:29 am

I was thinking about yesterdays rock attempts and how I was hitting the rock with my pedals and you were well in the clear.

Other than the obvious, you being a much better technical rider than I, and perhaps you unloading your suspension at the top of the rock, I'm still confused as to why I was getting hung up on the rock and you were not. I know you had a lot more clearance than I did but when we did the side by side test on flat ground it didn't look that way.

It occurred to me today that perhaps I have a longer wheel base than you do. I have 43.5 inches center axle to center axle which equates to 17 inches clear between the tires at the narrowest point. What do you have for dimensions?

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