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I have a khs dh 200 with a ton of adjustments bb ha etc,does anyone have any info on this,it seems endless.
 

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you are right with that link,I was looking more for info on the specific frame it has several "holes" for adjustments.
 

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you are right with that link,I was looking more for info on the specific frame it has several "holes" for adjustments.
Their is no info on the KHS site about the different linkage and shock locations. You can contact KHS with your question or buy an angle finder plus tape measure and find out how each adjustment changes the head tube and BB height. Another option is to find a top rated DH or FR bike depending on your riding and set it up close to those specs. You will still need an angle finder and tap for this. :thumbsup:

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A major problem with multi adjustable frames is they may be great for a person chasing the series points but for the average rider we just want to ride and increase the grin factor. :madman:
 

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KHS hooked me up with the geometry settings some what,I have the race specs (geo)for the "holes" and the bottom pivot.I have it set top pivot at the bottom bracket for around 13",middle hole at the rear chain stay (not really shure what that does but when it was in the ft hole could only run a 2.35 tire)now I run 2.5 maxxis.The frame holes I have it one up from the bottom head angle should be at 65,Im also changing the ft chain ring to a larger one the 36 I had was not enough for the mt.
 
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