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So I've been looking into it alot lately and am completely boggled as to which manufacturer has the best wheelpath for an AM bike..

Usually wheelpath is more DH oriented as they don't have to focus on pedaling as much but which company(s) do YOU think have the best axle/wheelpath for their suspension..

Also give your reasons why, and if you think that the bike is more geared for a tight finess rider that chooses his lines wisely and can put the bike anywhere on the trail he can, or if it's more geared for the loosey goosey plower (don't read into that too much) who just lets the bike work for him and puts his input in every once and a while..
 

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im not gonna say it doesnt matter at all but i really dont think it is a deciding factor when looking at a bike.
 

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highdelll said:
As long as my wheel path is "rear wheel follows front", I'm good.
Damn.. I was thinking the exact same thing! :thumbsup:
 
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