Hello again everyone:
Seeing all of these messages mentioning stack heights has brought to mind a question I have regarding this dimension.
If you are referring to a listed measurment such as in a Sutherland's Manual (mine is in storage at present - several hundred miles away), does the measurement include the upper as well as the lower components of the headset? For it is only the lower components which will make a difference in the relationship between the fork crown and the bottom of the head-tube.
When I designed each of the 5 frames that I have built, I had the headset before I began, and I measured only the lower components. This way I knew exactly how much space would be needed to use whichever headset was chosen. I'm not certain, but I believe the numbers I came up with were not the same as those listed in Sutherland's.
I suspect that if these stack heights are listed somewhere, that they may be including the upper components. I do not remember how Sutherland's lists them, so I am asking. Anyone?
"Bicycle Mark" Perkins Fresno Cycling Club - Historian Fresno, California, U.S.A.
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