Liteville 301 MK10


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Reach 430 441 335 364 367 539
Stack 526 683 648 513 578 529
Top Tube (effective) 451 514 521 549 597 516
Seat Tube C-T 320 480 351 486 576 460
Head Angle 60 78 58 75 55 63
Seat Angle 70 76 60 60 69 72
Head Tube 100 92 153 113 161 131
Chainstay 426 380 395 354 413 384
Wheelbase 957 1221 998 1378 1281 1145
BB Height 335 391 397 360 293 331
BB Type 73mm 73mm 73mm 73mm 73mm 73mm
Fork Length (A2C) 599 542 637 507 527 464
Seatpost Diameter 39 37 41 33 39 37
Axle Spacing 133 132 145 125 128 166
Wheel Size 26" 26" 26" 26" 26" 26"
Tyre Max Width 2.5" 2.5" 2.5" 2.5" 2.5" 2.5"
Rear Travel 140/160 140/160 140/160 140/160 140/160 140/160
Shock Size 200*57 200*57 200*57 200*57 200*57 200*57
Seat Clamp 44 39 38 33 34 40
Data Source Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturer

Note: Note that you can also fit 27.5 wheels in bigger sizes. With size L you can fit tyres with shorter knobs, e.g. Racing Ralph with OK clearance, e.g. Nobby Nic (both 2.35" on 30mm internal width rim) had almost none space next to BB. Size XL should chew them up with more confidence as it offers 5mm longer chainstay

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