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Pedals have two common sizes of spindles - 1/2" and 9/16"
The seatpost diameter must match to the seat tube diamater of your frame. If replacing a seatpost, you can usually find this measurement etched near the bottom of your current post.
Seatpost length is measured in millimeters. It is typically measured from the bottom of the post to the center of the rail mount.
Offset is often referred to as setback. This is the distance in mm that the clamp is offset from the center of the seatpost.
Rigid seatposts are the most common type of seatpost with no suspension or dropping capability.
Seatpost Clamp Style
Bar clamp diameter is the diamater of the handlebar.
Stem length is measured from the center of one clamp to the center of the other clamp. This measurement is sometimes known as the reach or extension.
S.H.I.S clamp diameter is the steerer tube diameter.
Stem angles are measured perpendicular to the clamp. For example, a 90 degree stem is straight. Sometimes, this may also be refered to as a 0 degree stem. If two measurements are listed, the stem can be flipped for angling up or down.
Handlebar Bar Clamp Diameter
The hub drilling is the number of spoke holes. It must match your rim spoke count.
This is hub spacing and is the width of the hub. It must match your fork specifications.
This should correspond to the type of brakes you have on the bike.
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