often times the larger diamter posts are actually lighter than the 27.2 posts. Aluminum likes to be fat.gm1230126 said:1991 GT Xizang PM sent! I've always run a shim and a 27.2 post in my frame instead of adding the weight of a pipe that size.
"Independant Fabrication" being the one I found in my search...fairly odd size.Fillet-brazed said:often times the larger diamter posts are actually lighter than the 27.2 posts. Aluminum likes to be fat.
There are a couple nice handmade frames that use a 29.4.
My son's old Trek came with a 29.4 and when I had to replace it, I looked forever to find another. Believe it or not, it was the very low end model 800.stan4bikes said:I picked this up today for shop stock and have no idea what it fits ..anyone know what bike uses a 29.4? :thumbsup:
Like I said...NOT for sale ....