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Note: Photo is for illustration purposes only. The item for sale is a frame and rear shock only, with the specifications listed below.
Jenson USA can ship Yeti products to delivery addresses in the United States, Canada, Brazil and Mexico.
For 2014, the Yeti SB-66 features a custom butted aluminum front triangle combined with a high-modulus carbon fiber rear triangle, making it a whopping 300 grams lighter than the full alloy comp model. In addition to the new facelift, the visually stunning lines and sculpted tubeset of the SB-66 will certainly capture your attention like love-at-first-sight. Of course, the SB-66 wouldn't be the SB-66 without its mind, body and soul: Switch Technolody. Switch Technology is a modified dual-link system that utilizes an eccentric mechanism that switches direction as the bike moves through travel to control pedaling forces and wheel path, resulting in both efficient climbing and descending. With Switch Technology gracing your machine, the suspension is quite active on downhills, yet completely efficient for trekking up steep switchbacks.
The splined BB Shell allows the SB-66 to accept a removeable ISCG 03' or 05' tab, while being lighter than a conventional wleded tab and enabling countless chain-guide options. This removable option coupled with the internal cable routing on the rear triangle proved a more complete look. The SB-66 is able to use a coil shock, dropper seat post, and can run up to a 2.4" tire.
The alloy/carbon frame is lightweight at only 6.8 pounds (claimed weight); while the full alloy chassis with an inset tapered head tube and a compact assembly, make the frame stiff and responsive. Pair SB-66's progressive geometry and versatility with Switch Technology; add in oversized pivot pins, and tada! you get one aggressive bike that yearns to be ridden hard. The harder you ride, the better the SB-66 will perform.
The SB-66 can run SRAM XX by using a 73mm SRAM GXP bottom bracket (or an equivalent) and the XX crank with a Q-Factor of 166.
|Size||Extra Small||Small||Medium||Large||Extra Large|
|Top Tube Length||22.3||23.3||24.3||25.3||26.0|
|Seat Tube Length||14.8||16.5||18.0||19.5||21.0|
|Head Tube Length||3.70||4.90||4.90||5.50||6.30|
|Head Tube Angle||66.2°||66.2°||66.2°||66.2°||66.2°|
|Seat Tube Angle||71.2°||71.2°||71.2°||71.2°||71.2°|
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Please note this offer is only available to physical shipping addresses in the 48 continental United States (no PO Boxes), and oversize charges still apply on some heavy/large items.