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    Salsa MUKLUK 2017-2018 ALUMINIUM XL height of the top tube

    Hello everyone

    Dear owners Salsa MUKLUK 2017-2018 ALUMINIUM XL. Please measure the height of the top tube in three places - at the steering headtube, in the middle and near the seat tube.


    Please also write on what size of tires it is.


    Ideally, if find people who have he standing on wheels 27.5x4.5 - so it is a little higher.


    I have the choice to take or not XL, I need to determine how big he is to me or maybe even completely fit.


    Thank you all in advance for the trouble.

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    How about using the reach and stack numbers from the geo chart on the attached link and measure a bike you have to hand as reference???

    https://salsacycles.com/bikes/archive/2017_mukluk_nx1

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    It's called "Standover":

    Salsa MUKLUK 2017-2018 ALUMINIUM XL height of the top tube-muk_geo.jpg

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    I have a 2017 running jumbo jims 26x4.8 at 15 psi. Height is 30.5" to the lowest part of the top tube

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    I have a carbon Mukluk with 26x4.4 Jumbo Jims or 27.5x4 Minions. Both have the standover height very near 30.4. For proper bike fit the Effective Top Tube is probably more important.

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