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Rocky Mountain Reaper (discontinued)

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Specifications

Product Rocky Mountain Reaper
Model Year
Riding Type Cross-Country,Other
Rider Unisex
Sizes and Geometry
Size
Top Tube Length
Head Tube Angle
Head Tube Length
Seat Tube Angle
Seat Tube Length
Bottom Bracket Height
Chainstay Length
Wheelbase
Standover
Reach
Stack
Wheel Size
Frame Material
Frame Material Details
Rear Travel Hardtail
Rear Shock
Fork
Fork Travel
Head Tube Diameter
Headset
Handlebar
Stem
Grips
Brakes
Brake Levers
Drivetrain
Shifters
Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur
ISCG Tabs
Chainguide
Cranks
Chainrings
Bottom Bracket
Pedals
Chain
Cassette
Rims
Hubs
Spokes
Tires
Saddle
Seatpost
Seatpost Diameter
Seatpost Clamp
Rear Dropout / Hub Dimensions
Max. Tire Size
Bottle Cage Mounts
Colors
Warranty
Weight
Miscellaneous The Reaper I is a heavy duty hardtail made to take on the local park or even a DH course (if you so choose to rock it on a hardtail). Large, fat, and wide 2.35 tires and a coil-sprung fork all spell trouble for whichever place you decide to do your rampaging on.Components Shimano Altus rear derailleur Shimano Tourney front derailleur Shimano HG40 chain Shimano HG30 8 speed cassette Shimano shifter/lever set Truvativ Ruktion 22/32/bash crankset Promax mechanical disc brakes with 7 rotors FSA headset Rocky Mountain alloy stem (35mm), bar (685mm), saddle, and seatpost Suntour XCR coil spring fork (100mm)Wheelset Wheel Tech hubs Straight gauge spokes WTB FX28 rims Maxxis High Roller tires (26x2.35)Approx. weight: 33.3 lbs
Price $549
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