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    If it's fit in the durance I'm interested ^^

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    Here's my 2005 ML7 "Northrop" enjoying the sun.








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    Hi. My name is Kevin.

    I recently bought a used Maverick ML8 and I didn't realized that it use integrated rear shocks. Is there any where I can get spares if the rear shock fail?

    As for the front forks, can I change to other forks from Fox or Rock Shox?

    Thanks

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    Any front fork will fit, I use a rock shox lyric air.

    As for the rear shock, there is a company doing service on Mavericks, and he's probably going to read this and reply...

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    Thank you fellsbiker. At least I know I am not buying a great bike that end up useless because there is no more parts.

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    Welcome to Maverick riding Kevin. ethan@mavericksuspension.com has always been able to supply any parts that I've needed for my rear shock, he's a very helpful guy too.
    You can use any fork with a straight steerer tube that you want but your current front hub may not be compatible if it matches your Maverick fork.
    Again Ethan can supply parts for these and offers a rebuild / repair service if needed.
    That's a great riding bike you have there enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightning69 View Post
    Is there any where I can get spares if the rear shock fail?
    mavericksuspension.com will be a good address

    Quote Originally Posted by lightning69 View Post
    As for the front forks, can I change to other forks from Fox or Rock Shox?
    you can use any other 1 1/8 fork. Let me know, if you'd like to sell the DUC :-)

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    Well if people are looking to buy Maverick stuff, I still have an ML8 rear triangle with shock for sale

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    Kinda cool to see how quickly riders still attent to the potential of spare parts and/or a DUC for sale. Personally, I suggest you rebuild/tune the front and rear suspension and build that thing out. Both shocks work great.

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    Is there any way we can mod the rear suspension to use Fox shocks etc?

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    The body of the shock is part of the frame. You'd have to be part engineer, part artist, part robot to make a mods like that. And even then, it probably won't work. Most shocks have a pivot on either end, you need a shock that only move linearly to work with this style of suspension. In theory, if the bike got popular enough, 3rd parties like Fox could have started making replacement internals for the maverick but as far as I know, that didn't happen. But the last replacement internals I got from ethan last spring were really good. My bike rides very smooth, I'm a happy camper.

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    Ok. Got it. I try searching for more info on the Maverick suspension but could not find any. That worries me a bit on how to repair and service it.

    Is the rear and front shocks both air shocks? Can the suspension be tunes to accommodate different rider's weight?

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    I don't know anything about the fronts, I use non-Maverick forks. But the rear is what they call a coil assisted air. Its basically a weak coil plus air. So yea you can adjust to air to match the rider weight. You need to email ethan, he can give you all the info you will ever need on the thing.

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    New member on forum and new stallion in my stable

    Dear all,
    My dreams finally came true.
    Ten years ago I got new C-dale Gemini with DUC32 on it. Good bike and superb fork. I was so amazed with the fork to start digging about the company who produce such beauty…. Since uncle “G” knows everything I got the producer in no time, went on the page and my love split in two ways……ML8 and DUC32. Due to the business matter I left my bike passion for some years but got it back few years ago…and found Patrice from Aalpatec….all the rest is the history.
    Bike is even beyond my most wished dreams
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    Very Nice

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    Thanks

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    Meet Batiste, my "new" Maverick ML8, just retired my Durance.

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    It feels so good!
    • Maverick ML8 165mm frame
    • Fox Factory RC2 160mm 36
    • XTR M9000 1-11
    • Hope Tech II 183mm brakes
    • Hope ceramic BB
    • King hubs, Mavic 819 UST, 2.35 Nevegals
    • Cromag saddle, bars
    • Maverick dropper post
    • Candy 4Ti pedals

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    Love it!

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    I finished buildling up my gf's small maverick. It's looking pretty good. I had to throw my old drive train and pedals, her Shimano 11 speed and blue pedals are back ordered, it will look even sharper with them. Her's is a small, and the green one is mine, a large. But built up more like a medium with the seat position and stem length.






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    My new (to me) ML-8

    I've had a Klein Palomino for quite a few years now. I was just recently able to upgrade to an ML-8 and I like it even more than I thought I would.
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    ^^
    That's a good lookin' bike! Congrats!

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    Thanks!

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    Excellent!
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.
    I ride so slow, your Garmin will shut off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by banks View Post
    Excellent!
    I miss my ml8. The good news is I sold it to a good friend who is loving it. So not a total loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tymelero View Post
    I miss my ml8. The good news is I sold it to a good friend who is loving it. So not a total loss.
    I still have mine, I can't let it go.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.
    I ride so slow, your Garmin will shut off.

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