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    Dixon with a Troy rear triangle?

    Does anyone know if the Dixon can take the Troy's triangle in order to run 650b wheels? The frames look pretty similar in size. I recently moved and my Dixon is a bit aggressive for the local trails so I'm trying to figure out if I can make it into a more XC (and I use that term loosely) friendly bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonMX5 View Post
    Does anyone know if the Dixon can take the Troy's triangle in order to run 650b wheels? The frames look pretty similar in size. I recently moved and my Dixon is a bit aggressive for the local trails so I'm trying to figure out if I can make it into a more XC (and I use that term loosely) friendly bike.
    Usually(always), that's never a good idea combining a front triangle with a rear that wasn't designed for it. It could be potentially dangerous. You're going to better off(safer) with just buying the entire frame and going up from there.

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