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    Turner Stinger Geometry?

    Does anybody know the full geometry specs of a small Turner Stinger? I'm getting a custom frame built and would like the Stinger frame as a guide.

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    Nobody has info on this?!!? Even Turner themselves couldn't help me. I sent em email about this and no reply at all. I guess they only answer questions regarding newer frames. Unbelievable.

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    Stinger specs

    Quote Originally Posted by sc_slite
    Nobody has info on this?!!? Even Turner themselves couldn't help me. I sent em email about this and no reply at all. I guess they only answer questions regarding newer frames. Unbelievable.
    These are the numbers from a 01' product guide.For the 14" TT=20.7/Standover=28.1"/Headtube=3.75.For a 15" TT=21.8"/Standover=28.7"/Headtube=4.0".For all stingers HA=70.5 based on 80mm travel fork with axle to crown height of 17.4-18"/Seattube angle=73.5/Chainstay=16.6"/BB height with17.4"fork and 1.9tires=12.4".Frame size is seat tube length from center to top.And rear travel was 2.8".

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    DHRracer,

    Thanks for the info! I really appreciate that. Why Turner couldn't give me this info is beyond me. Thank goodness for this board eh..

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