But what a mulligan! We squeezed in a Cane Creek DBinline, messed with seat angle and TT length, and generally changed all sorts of stuff. Plus now he can have a through axle on the rear end, which is great. Better cable routing (downtube) too.
A few pictures for those folks bored at work on this lovely Thursday:
|Lots of tacks to make sure the pivot won't move around when I finish welding it.|
|Just needs cable guides. And powdercoat...|
And yes, cheapskates: his original frame (140mm travel, 59cm ETT, 68 HTA 29er for getting crazy) will be available at a smoking deal in the near future.