R2 i'm not sure what the question is. it appears that you're asking about what's "more important" versus what's "less important". if all similarly sized pre-built frames were similarly configured, there might be a pat answer to this. all frames are measured differently, so one 58cm might 'work' for a guy with size 9's and another may not. e-RICHIE chester, ct
On Thu, 27 Mar 2003 13:39:29 -0500 "Richard Rose" <email@example.com>
> "Richard Rose" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> "I assume that only unusually short or long feet would
> cause an otherwise "normal" frame size / saddle height
> to not be correct?"
> To which e-richie replied:
> what's "normal"?
> you mean a pre-built frame made to cookie cutter
> dimension, one firm's 58cm bearing little resemblence
> to the one from the next village?!
> Well, yes. That is exactly what I was talking about.
> Richard Rose (not a doubting Thomas, just curious)
> Toledo, Ohio - Size 9