Looking for a good pre-drawn fit diagram

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Fitnerd
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by Fitnerd

Does anyone have a good road frame diagram that you use for tracking your measurements? I'm looking for something that already has all the important distances labeled and I can just fill in the lengths.
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I think if you use any of the on line fit calculators by doing a screen shot you will be fine. I think Competitive Cyclist has one on their website.
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claus
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by claus

AFAIR I got some PS file from the Park Tools web site, but I didn't save the URL, sorry. (It's saved on my computer as "positionroad.ps", maybe search for that?)

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by crosschained

You can't miss the chart when you go to the park tool website. It is also super easy to use

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by Fitnerd

Thanks you everyone
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