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    XTC Composite Bottom Bracket Height?

    Does anybody know what the actual 2005 XTC Composite Bottom Bracket Height is? Ive looked all threw these forums and other forums plus Giants website, it isnt listed anywhere.

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    what do you mean by height? above the ground/clearance?

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    Well most other manufacturers have "bottom bracket height" listed on there geometry chart. Giant doesn't but I was wondering if anybody knew what it was.

    It would be a representation of clearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jschoef
    Well most other manufacturers have "bottom bracket height" listed on there geometry chart. Giant doesn't but I was wondering if anybody knew what it was.
    It would be a representation of clearance.
    I have a NRS frame on my bench, with zero clearance. Hopefully this will change when I put a back wheel on it, and I suspect it will change again with a fork and front wheel. Will let you know.

    (Giant express "BB height" in drop-distance to horizontal line from rear axle, because actual BB height varies with fork AC length, tyre height etc etc).

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    Well I know the XTC has a drop of 1.4. So lets say a Cannondale has a drop of 1.4, does that mean if both frames had identical headsets, forks, and tires the clearence would be identical?

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