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    Two Mojo Questions

    1) What size rear shock does the Mojo take? I have a recently Pushed 04 Fox Float RL from another frame in the garage. I was thinking of selling it since it is such good shape (I only rode that bike about 4X after getting the shock Pushed but it felt great) but if it will work as a backup for the Mojo then it might pay to keep it.

    2) What is the headtube length on an XL Mojo?

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    Not sure of the exact dimensions for question #1 but the answer to question #2 (along with the rest of the dimensions) can be found here :
    http://www.ibiscycles.com/mountain/geometry/

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    Cool, I saw that once but didn't notice the head tube measurment. Wasn't paying close enough attention. 145 mm for XL frame + 20 mm stack height for IS-8 headset = 6.5" total stack.

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    I answered my own question regarding shock size. On the Ibis site it says:

    The rear shock length between eyelets is 7.875" and shaft travel is 2.0".

    Looks like my Push'd Fox is out. Anyone need a Push'd 04 Float RL?

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    what size is it and how much do you weigh

    For what bike was it pushed.
    thanks

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    The Float RL for for my old Uzzi SL 4 bar linkage. I know it is 6.5" eye to eye but I'm not sure of the stoke. Here's a pic in case someone is interested. It's spec'd for 230 pound rider and gear so it sould work for anyone in the heavier range. If you are a little light dude or chick, it's probably not the right shock. That said, it is in perfect shape as it has only 4 short rides on it. That bike was a garage queen for sure as much as I hate to admit it.

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