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    Cake specs and geometry

    Looking for a full specs sheet and geometry on the 06 Cake 1.. considering I own one I should know, but I dont. If anyone happens to remember the numbers, or can at least point me to an online archive, that would be great.

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    I crashed hard enough on my Tallboy to break my leg,
    The carbon is way more durable than most people.

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    Nice.. thank you.. unfortunately the Trek archive only lists build components, and not specific geometrical figures.

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    lucky for you I have a 2005or6 catalog at home! Give me a day or so and I'll dig it up.

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    cake 1 or cake 1 dlx?

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    DLX.. sorry, should have more specific, but Im pretty sure the DLX is just a components upgrade package with no difference in geometry. Correct me if Im wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DukeNeverwinter View Post
    lucky for you I have a 2005or6 catalog at home! Give me a day or so and I'll dig it up.
    perfect. thanks!

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    btw, the specs I need are as follows:

    Head Angle
    Head Tube
    Top Tube
    Seat Post
    Wheelbase
    Standover
    Rear Axle
    Hub Spacing
    BB Diameter
    BB Height

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidhill View Post
    btw, the specs I need are as follows:

    Head Angle
    Head Tube
    Top Tube
    Seat Post
    Wheelbase
    Standover
    Rear Axle
    Hub Spacing
    BB Diameter
    BB Height

    Grab a tape measure.......

    Many of these things are super simple to fun out.

    Pull the seatpost out and it will give you the diameter.
    Measure from the center of the BB to where the top tube intersects to get the ST length
    Axle Spacing: 135mm on everything from 1995-2008.
    Head tube length: again, grab a tape measure.
    I crashed hard enough on my Tallboy to break my leg,
    The carbon is way more durable than most people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikej View Post
    Grab a tape measure.......

    Many of these things are super simple to fun out.

    Pull the seatpost out and it will give you the diameter.
    Measure from the center of the BB to where the top tube intersects to get the ST length
    Axle Spacing: 135mm on everything from 1995-2008.
    Head tube length: again, grab a tape measure.
    Thank you Captain Obvious.. why didnt I think of that?!
    oh wait, maybe its because Im in England and my bike is in the US... Perhaps thats why I posted this inquiry on mtbr.com?? No, that cant be it.

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    I have an old catalog...what size do you have? geo #'s are different depending on size.
    I'm looking forward to regretting this.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyspoke View Post
    I have an old catalog...what size do you have? geo #'s are different depending on size.
    20" DLX frame.. Thanks johnny

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    Attached is the Cake geo. from 06. Have fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lew s lugnut View Post
    Attached is the Cake geo. from 06. Have fun!
    Many thanks! that supplied most of the info i needed

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    yeah, looks like lew has you covered!
    I'm looking forward to regretting this.......

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