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    Litespeed Sewanee - CLR suspension design

    Hi there.

    I have seen a lot of pictures on the internet of the Litespeed Sewanee. But I'm a little confused how the CLR suspension link is mounted/attached to the frame.

    It has to be a 2006 frame since I want a new one.

    Does the Litespeed Sewanee CLR suspension design in size M/L and and L look like this on a 2006 frame?



    Thanx for you help

    ebsilon

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    Its the same

    yup, thats it. I have a 2005, but it is the same linkage.

    As a matter of fact, I am going to be listing my 05 frame on ebay tomorrow or Wednesday. I have been spending more time on my Merlin hardtail and my single speed to justify having the bike in the garage just sitting.

    OOPS, I just checked the bike downstairs and it is a little different, but the same concept. The upper link is connected to a strut that goes from the top tube to the seat tube. I will try to post some photos later tonight. Mine is a size ML
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    Shameless Plug

    This link wqill take you to the posting of my Sewanee on ebay, The Linkage is very well displyed on a photo from the 2005 ML

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MESE%3AIT&rd=1

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    So how does it ride???

    Quote Originally Posted by TiRyder
    This link wqill take you to the posting of my Sewanee on ebay, The Linkage is very well displyed on a photo from the 2005 ML

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MESE%3AIT&rd=1
    TiRyder,
    I'm a little surprised you decided to sell the Sewanee already. Saw some of your prior posts, seems like you just got it built. Any particular reason? How does it ride?

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    Yup, It is a shame, The bike is awesome and rides great. I really did love the bike. It had the perfect amount of travel for the type of trails and events I usually ride.

    Mostly it was financial. I had three Ti bikes and one needed to go. The others are a Ti Yeti Arc and a Merlin Fat Ti. These two bikes are irreplaceable, while the Litespeed is. I also think I got more for the Sewanee than I would have from the other two.

    Kids Are Expensive, but they come first.

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    Yes ... those darn little things ... they should come first I was eyeing that listing and was a little surprised it sat at $1100 for the longest time. I was very tempted ... I was glad to see that they driven up the price in the end. Hope you got what you wanted

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