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Old 05-12-2011, 11:20 PM
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Location: Adelaide, Australia
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Default Re: Darn stubby legs ...

Hi, I have a 26" Cruiser with a modified seat post, I cut the post at 40 degrees had it welded back together to make a right angle at 80 degrees, I also turned the seat post clamp upside down these mods move the seat back and a lot lower. I started at 90 degrees but the back of the seat was too low compared to the front. My Cruiser measures from the ground to seat at 30 inches. My neighbor's 7 year old lad can just touch the ground. I chose a Grubee Skyhawk gt-5 because my steel frame Cruiser has an oversize front down tube and the front motor bolted straight in, I just had to lengthen the rear mount and mounting studs. I hope this helps!
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