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Pretty sure that's an US bottom bracket. The BB reminds me of some entry level bikes.
The Fit Benny v2 has 69 degrees of seat tube. I read something about having mellower seattube angle would have a different ride feel than the traditional 71. Mellower seattube angle would have a shorter ride feel.
Around what mm or inches? And does it depend on what tubings are used? Because I saw a lot of types of tubings. Sanko, vhts?, supertherm. Etc.
Anyone know what thickness of tubing are used for butted frames and straight gauge tubing frames?
I heard that their frames are made in China. Is that good or bad?
Rubbing alcohol works great.
Thanks. But will it cost more than the butted tubings? Or less?
True, i didn't expect someone would reply to this with more than 1 sentence.
Okay, so I read something about straight tubing stronger than butted tubing. Is it true? if it is, why do the majority of companies use butted tubing?
yeah the most expensive ones are the only frame that are fully heat treated.
flanges. Because I ran brakes
I always thought that most aftermarket frames are fully heat treated.
Look at the eclat overguards. i think it will fit on most hubs because it's fitted outside the dropouts.
i think rear hubs won't fit in forks.
Im not from the US, is there anyway i can contact you?
I sent you a pm here
I kinda want to buy this but i still don't have enough money. BTW, i ride a 20.75 frame. Would this make a lot of difference because of the TT?
Buy foorprint insoles.