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    leviathan/behemoth tt length?

    does anyone know what the top tube length is on the lenz leviathan or the behemoth small. lenz list the leviathan geometries on there site but not the behemoth. does lenz actually make a small leviathan 29er? i have never seen one. thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeywv
    does anyone know what the top tube length is on the lenz leviathan or the behemoth small. lenz list the leviathan geometries on there site but not the behemoth. does lenz actually make a small leviathan 29er? i have never seen one. thanks.
    Lenz does make a small Lev, and I put 50 miles on one this past weekend. ETT is 22.5". In case you're wondering, I have size 44 shoes clipped into 175mm cranks, and I do not get toe overlap under normal riding conditions, even with the big Panaracer Rampage, with a Reba fork.

    I do not know about the Behemoth. As I understand it Devin is often amenable to semi-customization, so you may be able to get a smaller 'moth even if your size isn't "production." Best to call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeywv
    does anyone know what the top tube length is on the lenz leviathan or the behemoth small. lenz list the leviathan geometries on there site but not the behemoth. does lenz actually make a small leviathan 29er? i have never seen one. thanks.
    Yep, GlowBoy is right. The LENZ website does show TT length under the full specs tab (the TT shown on the web page is actually ETT). Mine has a 22.6" ETT (small frame) and I have a medium on the way because I prefer a slighly longer TT for my 5'8" oddball body. The Levi is by far the best riding FS 29er I've been on - truly an all day ride.

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