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Maverick ML75 17.5" Bike - 2007

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Year 2007
Brand Maverick
Model ML7/5
Size Small
Frame Material Aluminum
Drivetrain Shimano, 3x9 spd
Weight 27 lbs 15 oz
Fork DUC 32
Fork Travel 150mm
Rear Shock Maverick
Rear Shock Travel 127mm
Brakes Hope, Disc Brakes - Hydraulic
Shifters Shimano XTR SL-M970, Mechanical
Front Derailleur Shimano Triple 10 Speed FD-R773
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT RD-M772
Crankset Shimano XTR FC-M970, 44/32/22t, 170 mm
Cassette Shimano XTR CS-M970, 9spd, 11-32t
Chain Shimano CN-7701
Handlebar Easton Monkey Lite SL, 610 mm
Headset Cane Creek
Stem Direct Mount Alloy, 25.4 mm x 65mm, 10°
Seatpost Race Face Evolve, 30.9mm
Seatpost Travel N/A
Saddle WTB Shadow V
Rear Axle Spacing 10x135mm
Wheelset Stan's ZTR Flow, Maveric Front, DT Swiss 240s Rear
Front Tire Schwalbe Big Betty, 26" x 2.4"
Rear Tire Maxxis High Roller 3C Terra Max EXO, 26" x 2.4"
Tire Type Clincher
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