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    ML8 advice

    Hi

    I am returning to mountain biking after a three year lay off due to an injury , and thinking about buying an ML8 frame.

    I'm 5 11 tall with an inseam of 32" - can't decide whether a medium or large should be the frame size for me.

    I've looked on the Maverick website - how easy is it to service and look after the rear shock?

    What sort of service intervals should I be looking at.

    I would probably fit a conventional (Fox or Rockshox) front fork.

    Any advice or options would be great - I'm in the UK , who is best placed for service / repair issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolap99 View Post
    Hi

    I am returning to mountain biking after a three year lay off due to an injury , and thinking about buying an ML8 frame.

    I'm 5 11 tall with an inseam of 32" - can't decide whether a medium or large should be the frame size for me.

    I've looked on the Maverick website - how easy is it to service and look after the rear shock?

    What sort of service intervals should I be looking at.

    I would probably fit a conventional (Fox or Rockshox) front fork.

    Any advice or options would be great - I'm in the UK , who is best placed for service / repair issues.
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    Great Service from Alpamayo. Great guy. Thanks for helping me.
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    Ml8

    I'd say Large!
    Give me an e-mail, mavericksuspension@gmail.com and i can give you more info...!
    Patrice @ Alpa Tech, is awesome!

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    Thanks Ethan

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    Large!
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.

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