frames - again

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I’m still working out the details of my first frame building project. =
How wide, outside to outside, are the frames capable of a 3" nominal - 2 =
3/4" actual - tire measured at the crown? I don’t want to end up =
uncomfortably wide but don’t want to compromise strength or stiffness =
either. Can someone lay a tape across their uni for me?

Thanks!

I tried posting this a different way so hopefully it doesn’t cause =
trouble with threading or whatever. Sorry for last time.

Cheers, Greg =20

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Depends on your tubing diameter. Check out www.frames.unicyclist.com and
www.reeder.unicyclist.com

Chris

> Greg Moore wrote:
>
> I’m still working out the details of my first frame building project.
> How wide, outside to outside, are the frames capable of a 3" nominal - 2
> 3/4" actual - tire measured at the crown? I don’t want to end up
> uncomfortably wide but don’t want to compromise strength or stiffness
> either. Can someone lay a tape across their uni for me?
>
> Thanks!
>
> I tried posting this a different way so hopefully it doesn’t cause
> trouble with threading or whatever. Sorry for last time.
>
> Cheers, Greg