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skylerd mikekazimer's article
Jul 16, 2019 at 9:22
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Freeride's Alive - Riding the 2020 Yeti SB165
@DavidGuerra: yeah, indeed. Point is, I'm really looking forward to ground-up designs mixed wheel size bikes, because the benefits of 29 front, 27.5 rear are legit, and all the current mullet bikes are making big compromises.
skylerd mikekazimer's article
Jul 16, 2019 at 7:42
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Freeride's Alive - Riding the 2020 Yeti SB165
No, the geo would still be changed with a 160mm 29 front. Yes, the axle to crown length of the 29x160 is the same as the 27.5x180, but you also need to account for 18mm difference in wheel radius. Factoring in differences in sag, a 29x150mm front would probably get your very close, and a 29x160mm would put the head angle below 63°.
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