If I really lean forward, my knee can hit the RukSak but not enough to impede.
The seat pack does have some sway but I redistributed some heavier items closer in to the post and used an extra strap through the seat rails and around to minimize. Hardly notice any sway unless I stand while climbing.
Carried about 30 lbs of gear for the 2 100 mile segments of the Heck Epic and was amazed at how the Fargo felt smoother loaded.
That's awesome man! Thanks for the tip too. I'll have to mess with it tonight. In the process of dialing and weight distribution for a 5 day trip in 2 weeks. Here's my rig. Joe really does some top notch work!
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There's something about those long grueling climbs that gets my front end all stiff... And I'm not talking about lockout...
the pic doesn't show the best angle but from here it looks like you aren't gonna get much travel on that fork before the front tire is rubbing the bedroll. you better go for a bumpy shakeout ride if you haven't already.