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    Anyone got the new Pike Boost 29?

    I'm trying to figure downtube clearance on an old frame- if someone could carefully measure the max. crown width and post I'd greatly appreciate it! Another data point on axle-to-crown under typical sag would also help- especially at 100 or 120mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVO View Post
    I'm trying to figure downtube clearance on an old frame- if someone could carefully measure the max. crown width and post I'd greatly appreciate it! Another data point on axle-to-crown under typical sag would also help- especially at 100 or 120mm.
    I have a 160mm 29+ Pike so a2c I cant do but can do the crown width. What measurement do you want specifically.

    Its also not on a bike yet.
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    Outside shoulder to outside shoulder of the crown (RED). Also if u can take a shot at the vertical distance from that point on the crown to the top that would be useful too (BLUE). Thanks a bunch.

    And looks like Pike doesn't go shorter than 120, so if anyone has another A-to-C sagged at that- appreciated.


    Anyone got the new Pike Boost 29?-pike-dims.jpg

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    Shoulder to shoulder was 190mm

    Crown thickness was a little under 30mm






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    Xlnt! Only a bit wider than the non-plus Pike boost I have. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVO View Post
    Xlnt! Only a bit wider than the non-plus Pike boost I have. Thanks again.
    No worries dude.

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    Ross1200, your fork definitely takes a three inch tire?
    I like turtles

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    Ross1200, your fork definitely takes a three inch tire?
    Sorry for the late reply. Didnt realise there was a reply.

    Ive not tried to fit a 3" but here are some pictures of a 2.6 Butcher on a i35 rim with shed loads of room.



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