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    Dr. Beat
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    Fatbikes.com lists the TT of the x-small @ 22.2

    I have a Thomson 60 or 70 mm stem (don't have the bike in front of me right now), but don't find the riding position stretched out at all. In fact, feel more upright than my regular MtB and I think that shows in the foto. May switch to flatter/longer stem or straight (rather than riser) HB, but waiting for the Carver carbon fork before I make any more changes.

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    Proof in pics that fatbikers do indeed, have fun!
    Nice pic adimiro!

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    My 4' 8.5" wife and her new XMas XS 907 frame. I'm in <3
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Any short(er) people on a Moonlander?-jolog.jpg  

    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post
    My 4' 8.5" wife and her new XMas XS 907 frame. I'm in <3
    Knards? What do you think vs. HD?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jncarpenter View Post
    Knards? What do you think vs. HD?
    I didn't spend any time on the knards, and she hasn't used the Husker Du.
    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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    Just got a great deal an leftover 2012 Moonlander MED (18") today. It lists stand over as over 31". Surprisingly, wearing my winter Lake mountain bike boots I have a little clearence between the boys and the top tube, actually more than I thought.

    I am 5'6" with 30" inseam. The bike fits great with everything stock! I thought I may take a small but I ride a MED Tallboy and it fits great as well. I was fortunately able to ride the Moonlander, it was the only one they had, lucky for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post
    I didn't spend any time on the knards, and she hasn't used the Husker Du.
    Conspiracy theory?


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    I just got a 16 necromancer with larry and nate. I'm 5-5 with 28.375 in seam. I probably got 1 and half. It's not a lot but it seems like enough. I do not think I would be happy with a 14. My seat is low but reasonable. I think it's 26 from center of crank to top of seat. I got room for a bag but not bag and fender on the post unless I can find someother fender design

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