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Old 2019-07-22, 02:10 PM   #7
OneTrackMind
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Originally Posted by ruari View Post
Another thing to keep in mind is frame clearance. So if you want to have say 26" and 29" wheelsets with one frame, a frame designed for 29" would be better since it would have the clearance for both of them.
Yes. Any frame can take a smaller wheel (ISIS/cotterless bearing sizes considered). The seat height relates only to the crank length.

BTW My old 29 road KH has almost the same frame leg length as the new 27.5 (with a fatter tyre).
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