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Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2008 04:21:49 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Michael Thompson" <meauxtown@yahoo.com>
To: CR Main Address <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Subject: [CR]JTTandem

For those of you who have inquired about the Jack Taylor Tandem F/F. http://www.blackbirdsf.org/taylor/8640.html I've done some measuring as follows: Front seat tube is 21" ctt of the seat tube. Rear seat tube is 18" ctt of the seat tube. Front top tube is 57.5 ctc Rear top tube is 58.5 ctc Standover front 30" Standover rear 28" both of these measurements are the center of the tube. Wheel base is 64" Rear drop outs are (with a metal tape) right at 140. Just slightly, maybe 2mm less.

Keep in mind on a tandem, the seat tube rises above the top tube about an inch. The top tube also slopes, so when I measured the standover, I did so about where the rider would stand. There are four bottle mounts, two front, two rear, pump pegs, and all cable runs, including a rear drum brake. The headset is installed (special built for Taylors). Both seat posts are in place, as well as the rear carrier (Taylor built to match frame).

I had forgotten how nicely this f/f was built. After I got it out of the box, I was having some second thoughts about selling it. I'm a Jack Taylor man and this is a nice example of what the Taylors could do. There are no more new in the box Taylor tandems. If it fits you, let me know. The price will be 1200 dollars, plus shippping. Thanks Michael Thompson Monroe, Louisiana I'm a Jack Taylor Man

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