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700C > 650B "willy-nilly" conversion on Gravel bike with miserly tire clearance

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700C > 650B "willy-nilly" conversion on Gravel bike with miserly tire clearance

Old 02-13-19, 09:06 AM
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Congrats on your first post. For some reason I can't read it. But, if you want to put 650B on your GT grade, realize you'll probably lower the bottom bracket (more chance for pedal strike) and will likely be most limited by the width of your chain stays. Some flare out, some seem to have a constant width (many carbon frames).
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