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    2007 Paragon geometry

    I'm getting a custom geometry Everti this winter. My favourite bike of all time is my 2007 Paragon. I'd like the Everti to have the same angles...I've been trying to find them online, but alas have come up empty handed. I figure someone on this forum will have the angles down...If not I'll strip the frame and figure it out. All the online catalogue I've found don't show the angles. Can anyone give a brother a hand?

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    their official archive has it here. there is a seperate tab below the picture for geometry

    edit: nevermind. I didn't read my own link properly. weird that they have everything but the angles

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    This is what I've run into...no angle of the dangle

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    I'm 96.48% sure that they were 73 st and 72 ht

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    I have a hard copy catalog for 2007 right here. Since you don't mention the SIZE you need, you'll have to wait until I get back from my long, long, holiday weekend.








    j/k here's all the sizes:

    15.5 HA 70.5 STA 74.0
    17.5 HA 71.0 STA 74.0
    19.0 HA 71.5 STA 73.5
    21.0 HA 71.5 STA 73.0

    Other numbers available also, just let me know the size (I don't want to type it all out)
    I'm looking forward to regretting this.......

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    Johnnyspoke, MUCH appreciated. It's a 19 inch frame. Sounds great..Many thanks. If you could fire me the #'s that would be great!

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    I'll be happy too, but I won't be back until Sunday or Monday (where the book is). If you don't hear from me by tuesday, pm me, it's likely I just forgot with the long weekend.
    I'm looking forward to regretting this.......

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    Take the time

    That era Paragon is also my favorite hardtail ever and coincidentally I just measured mine for the same reason (dont worry Im trying to build my own). My suggestion is to take the time and measure the one you have. Im not sure if Fisher measures their frames in a sagged configuration or not and that is important to know. Mine has the latest version of the Reba in 100mm mode and my measurements were 68/72 (HT/ST) with a 45mm BB drop (unsagged)...and, definitely, do not take my word for it.
    There is nothing more difficult to plan or more dangerous to manage than the establishment of a new order of things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Preroll
    Johnnyspoke, MUCH appreciated. It's a 19 inch frame. Sounds great..Many thanks. If you could fire me the #'s that would be great!
    Ok,

    Standover : 30.8
    ETT: 24.7
    Cockpit: 28.8
    minimum cockpit: 28.3
    max cockpit: 29.4
    stem: 105mm
    crank: 175mm
    headtube lenght: 90mm
    effective chainstay 440mm
    bottom bracket height 315mm
    bottom bracket drop 50mm
    wheelbase: 1110.4mm

    That, plus the angles I gave earlier is all they list in the book.


    good luck!
    I'm looking forward to regretting this.......

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