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I'm wondering how many companies are making bikes with changable CS length now?

I know about Empire, Commencal and Scott. Are there any else?
Also do you know any short TT, long CS and Low front end frames?
 

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Uncle Cliffy said:
Lenz Sport pro descender. Chainstays adjust from 17.5 to 18.5. (I wouldn't want them longer than 17.5 IMO...) http://www.lenzsport.com/prodescender.html Not sure if they're still available looking at the site...
I'm thinking about longer after reading some info about the Atherton setup and some comments Waren made about Aussies and Atherton riding style on Freecaster Val di Sole live feed.
I'm thinking I have similar riding technique and that's why I'm thinking about such frame. It would give stability with weight more to the back. Will need to try Judge and see how it rides with 18'' CS.

SZ -- | -- CS -- | -- HA -- | --SO-- | -- LB -- | --TR-- | -- BB -- | -- TT -- | -- WB -- |

Pro Descender
S 17.5-18.5 69°-66° 30.0 9.5 8 or 9 13.5-15.5 21.5 44.0-45.0
M 17.5-18.5 69°-66° 30.0 9.5 8 or 9 13.5-15.5 22.5 45.0-46.0

Hmm. If it only had a better HA (63-66) and was not so damn ugly I'd be sold ;)
 

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Canfield Bros has the Balance frame although it's a "limited production" item now (not listed on their site). CS length is adjustable from 16.5 to 17.25.
 
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