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    To Big Daddy

    Tried to send you a PM, system told me you have to many messages stored. You are a popular guy

    Anyway here is a copy/paste of my pm.

    Interested in purchasing this bike.

    I am 6'4'' with a normal build, maybe slightly long torso.

    Do you have issues with this bike being too small for people my size.

    I do own a Rocky mountain XXL element 950, that is the perfect size for me. I jumped on it and didn't have to change anything.

    Geometry for that bike you can find here. I have the XXL

    Element | Rocky Mountain Bicycles



    Thanks for your time

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    Sorry, I'm on vacation this week and have only been sporadically checking mtbr.

    What bike are you asking about? If its a Goblin/Guardian/Seeker, then yes, the 22 should be a good fit. You may end up putting a slightly shorter stem on it, but try it with the stock length first.

    Hope that helps!


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    Good for you, so you are thinking that the bike might be too large?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learux View Post
    Good for you, so you are thinking that the bike might be too large?
    Nope, it should fit you well! Its just that you may end up needing a slightly shorter stem than what comes stock. The 20 would be waaaaay too small for you.

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