Liteville 301 MK10


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Reach 453 338 473 425 476 409
Stack 542 542 701 512 523 678
Top Tube (effective) 508 614 620 620 513 614
Seat Tube C-T 298 364 487 438 475 535
Head Angle 69 64 70 53 58 61
Seat Angle 88 65 86 75 62 67
Head Tube 92 105 133 143 163 128
Chainstay 350 385 454 411 377 364
Wheelbase 991 1309 1226 1025 1259 1293
BB Height 361 297 383 298 363 311
BB Type 73mm 73mm 73mm 73mm 73mm 73mm
Fork Length (A2C) 649 637 444 482 641 596
Seatpost Diameter 33 39 32 38 37 37
Axle Spacing 164 149 139 138 156 132
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 39 44 30 45 38 38
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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