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has anyone mapped the rear wheel path of an 2010 glory?

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by no skid marks, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. no skid marks

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    I'd like to see it, also curious to see it compared to the 09s.
     

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    frango Turbo Monkey

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    HAB Chelsea from Seattle

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    I'm pretty sure it looks about like this.






    Sorry, I'm at work, and REALLY bored.
     
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    haha...
     
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    You mean somebody to post it here? ;) On your behalf I will.
     
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    Thank you, that made me LOL. I really needed that today
     
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    Not exactly. BB height affects both axle path and chain growth, but you cannot infer axle path directly from chain growth. You could have a BB 1" lower, and it would have far more chain growth for the same axle path.
     
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    Specialized could still figure out how to claim that as a vertical axle path.
     
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    Hmm, so right at the end it becomes regressive? interesting...
     
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    Pffft, it'd change by nearly nothing on a DH bike. What's the BB height difference between the two years(9,10)? No more than a few MM right?
     
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    That's a V10. Not the Glory... +rep.
     
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    HAB Chelsea from Seattle

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    No no no, everyone knows the V-10 has an S shaped axle path. What I posted is the Glory, I'm sure of it.
     
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    V10 wheelpath:

     
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    That appears to be the Cannondale Shockster during a stutter bump filled g-out. Or was it the BCD, i forget.
     
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    that has to be a 2Stage wheel path:thumb: