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    ... and if we just ... Some Shots of the Malcolm

    Here are some shots a friend took of my Malcolm. I found this guy online a couple weeks ago and have been loving it. My previous (and still own) ride is a Specialized Hardrock sport 29er. Had to move some pieces over such as bars, stem, and pedals so far. I had my eye on a new one, but I like the unique look and feel of this. Had to swap out the rear cassette and chain as the original was jumping teeth, so now i can really get on it.

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    Moots Malcolm, Dual Suspension 22inch
    Moots Seatpost
    Chris King Ti headset
    Spank Royala Bars and Stem
    ODI Grips
    Shimano xtr Drivetrain
    Fox 4R rear shock
    Specialized seat
    Giant BMX pedals (hopefully soon to be 26 prerunners...)
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    What was Kent smoking when he designed that one?
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    Long weekend in Woody Creek with Hunter S.?

    I would be very curious to read a ride report. What's the eye-to-eye/stroke on that shock? Details on the pivots?
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    the shock is a fox alps 4r, i believe the eye to eye distance is 5.5". forgive my lack of knowledge, but what about the pivots?
    Why Ti?

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    just wondering if they are single stacked cartridge bearings.
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