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    fork geometry calculator

    EDIT- I originally started this thread because I could not get this fork calculator to work, but it works.

    the idea is that you can plug in the geometry figures of one frame and then get an idea of what the geo will be like with a longer or shorter fork.

    I have been using this one for years too: Stack and reach calculator
    this tool allows you to plug in your frames figures but also your stem and spacers to give you the effective stack and reach. on other words, it tells you where your stem will put the handlebars, which has more practical applications than the esoteric reach and stack numbers of your frame.
    Last edited by mack_turtle; 06-05-2018 at 01:52 PM.

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    It's working on mac safari.
    I got some bad ideas in my head.

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    Yeah, nevermind. I was using the computer at work and it's blocked for some reason. Please delete this thread.

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    BOOM goes the dynamite!
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    Whoa, that's really useful. No delete please.

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