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Morewood Ndiza 4x and Park ripper 8

Morewood Ndiza 4x and Park ripper
Morewood Ndiza 4x and Park ripper Morewood Ndiza 4x and Park ripper Morewood Ndiza 4x and Park ripper
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Morewood Bicycles Ndiza
Rear Shock FOX Float DPS Evol
Fork Marzocchi 4X RC3 Fork
Headset Cane Creek Forty Series
Handlebar Gravity Light
Stem Gravity Light 60mm
Grips ODI Vans Lock-on
Brakes SRAM Guide RS
Shifters Shimano XT SL-M8000
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT RD-M8000
Chainguide Gamut P40 Chainguide
Cranks Shimano Hone Been running strong for almost a decade
Chainrings / Sprocket Shimano Saint 36T
Bottom Bracket Shimano
Chain Shimano CN-HG700 11
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano XT CS-M8000 11-42
Pedals Wellgo MG-1
Front Rim DT Swiss E2200
Rear Rim DT Swiss E2200
Hubs DT Swiss
Spokes DT Swiss Double Butted
Saddle WTB Silverado Ti
Seatpost Race Face Next SL 30.9
Seatpost Clamp Other Salsa QR
General Info
Model Year 2011
Riding Type Freeride
Weight 28 lb 0 oz (12701 g)
Additional Info Lots of the parts came from my old 26" trail bike. Have taken a few trail rides with it and definitely pedals better than I expect. Tons of fun in jump parks and DS tracks Since bike of the day put on a used 2019 Float DPS that was cheaper than if I had rebuilt the Rocco since I messed up the compression dampening accidentally jumping it with the pedal switch on. Also the 951 Evo built couldn't take the Gamut guide unmodified so I did a little switch on the chainguide, and putting on a 36T Saint ring.
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