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    El Chingon and others?

    El C,
    Wondering if you could help me out with some numbers if your 6pack is still set up with the spot rear and 6" rockers?

    What is the BB height with this setup (pack front tri, spot rear, 6 pack rockers)?
    What do you think the HA is with this set up?
    What do you like better about this setup over the original "6pack rear" setup?

    Thanks in advance.
    TG

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    No, that's not phonetic
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    Been there, done that.
    My video techniques can be found in this thread.

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    tscheezy?

    Tscheezy,
    You are tooo fast. Thanks for that. i have seen that chart before, but aren't those measuremnets with the Pack CS and Spot SS? I was wondering if having the Spot SS and CS in the rear made a difference?

    Thanks,
    TG

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    No, that's not phonetic
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    The Pack CS is about 0.2" longer than the Spot. The diff is academic at that point. It changes essentially nothing.
    My video techniques can be found in this thread.

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    I'll tell you what I like better. The rear end tracks better, but that can be attributed to the TNT over the HL. Also, the bike climbs better, but again, that has to do with the TNT rear over the HL. The one thing the shorter stays did, is make the front end easier to loft off the ground. As far as the BB height and HA, I haven't noticed much difference.

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