You may be able to fake it via reverse analysis. Check the BB height between the frames. Assuming identical wheels and tires?.. you can then estimate the saddle to bar height with that BB delta and the original floor to bar height.
@mcneese.chad bars needed to come up 1cm. With that the saddle feels normal again. No feeling of excessive weight on hands and neck/shoulders not sore. Turns out the set back is right where it’s always been. Long story short, I bought a new PM/cranks and the old ones were at the shop being installed on a gravel build. I had the old one marked and after getting it home both bikes measure the same (same saddle and STA’s within 0.3 degree). Thanks again!
Hopefully a fit improvement to my TT bike tonight. I haven’t intentionally changed any key dimensions. The point load on my elbow how it was set up however could see my hand go numb and on longer TT’s it could cause my whole arm to go numb and sore. So thanks to a mate I changed the cups bracket and added angled spacers below the cup hopefully that will spread the load. It could be just bad circulation as a result of my chemo a few years back and I have to look at something else
Hard to see on the pic but if the clip edge (step on the rear of the cleat) is square and a reasonable thickness you’ll get a bit more out of them. I’ll usually let my left cleat wear out but I replace my right cleat earlier when there is any sign of wear as thats my dominant leg and I don’t really want to be coming out of that on a sprint. Where as with me unclipping on the left they lose the pads faster but are still fine for the force I put through them.
I just finished building a gravel bike early this week. Love the SRAM explore line and how smooth the bike feels, however I’m just not sure the frame is going to fit me. It feels as though the reach is too short and that my center of gravity is way too far forward. However is I address this and move the seat farther back I have to lower the seat to the extent that I I feel like I’m too far down into the frame and my position becomes even more upright. I have a 100mm stem and the same saddle that I have on my road bike. I don’t mind at all to get a bike fit done, but if the frame doesn’t fit me there is nothing a bike fit could really do. I’m 6’1 and have a longer torso than I have legs and also have ridden 58mm road bikes. This is my first gravel bike, but it just doesn’t feel right all all. Almost like I’m simultaneously too far forward over the front tire and sitting up too straight. I have attached some screenshots from a video I had my wife take to this for context. I am on a 3-4% grade in the photos. One other note is that I prefer the saddle to be on the lower side of the acceptable spectrum. Any input would be appreciated. I got a killer deal on the frame and could probably make a few dollars on the frame if I decide that’s the issue and sell it. Thanks!