Yeti ARC Carbon Small Frame - 2016

Item #FMT11467
Condition: New
Fit Range: 5'3" - 5'7"
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MSRP: $2,100.00 

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Why We Love It
The ARC started its journey in 1991 as one of the first mountain bikes. Now, it’s the ultimate do-it-all hardtail designed just for fun. From bagging peaks to whipping jumps, the ARC will put a grin on your face no matter where you take it.
Master Mechanic’s Notes
  • Frame may have blemishes or nicks from being on showroom floor. Otherwise, unridden
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Year 2016
Brand Yeti
Model ARC Carbon
Size Small
Frame Material Carbon Fiber
Steerer Tube Tapered
Brake Type Disc Brakes - Hydraulic
Headset Not Included
Bottom Bracket Not Included, English
Wheel Size 27.5"
Seatpost Diameter 30.9mm
Seatpost Clamp Yes
Rear Axle Spacing 12x142mm
Weight 2 lbs 13 oz
Drivetrain Compatibility Mechanical
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Bike geometry chart
Fit Range
5'3" - 5'7"
A. Effective Top Tube 571.5 mm
B. Seat Tube 393.7 mm
C. Seat Tube Angle 72°
D. Head Tube Angle 69.5°
E. Head Tube 100 mm
F. Stack 600 mm
G. Reach 377 mm
H. Standover Height 703.6 mm
I. Saddle Height Range N/A
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