> What's the range of the seat glide on that? I'm 6'6", and I come up
> near to the end of a Concept2 ...
> On Thu, 23 Dec 1999 11:10:19 +0800, "Nick Suess"
It is highly unlikely that I wrote something incomprehensible, unless it was
about cricket and you are American, which really means that it is your
problem, not mine. I suggest you retract immediately, or it will be pistols
at dawn. The last bloke had difficulty with my use of the word "whilst"
(which he failed to copy correctly). I realise that the prevalence of the
McDonalds culture means that few people under 25 can communicate in words of
more than half a syllable, but that's not my fault.
Now, in answer to your specific question, the seat travel on a standard
WaterRower is just over 36 inches (we'll use imperial, since that's how you
express your height). But that would bring your bum up to your heels.
More usefully, the true limitation for height is inside leg measurement. The
standard WaterRower suits a user of 38" inside leg. A special is available
which adds 4" to the rails to increase this limitation to 42", and custom
made rails could be produced to any required length.
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Is it comprehensible?