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    I've put over 100 miles on this setup now and I LOVE it. I'm starting to think of the Muk as a 29+ that's fat-tire capable. The only issue I've had is since I moved the alternators back, which I didn't need to do, the adjustment screws loosen up and creak when I pedal sometimes.

    This is definitely my favorite bike!














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    Quote Originally Posted by 2whl-hoop View Post
    I had Angry Catfish in Minneapolis build me a set of 29+ wheels using Velocity Duallies, Industry Nine hubs, and 29x3 Knards. I'm hoping to give them a good ride later this week on some gravel roads as well as some pretty sandy forest roads and trails.










    There could very likely be a Bluto in the not too distant future...

    Hey - this bikes looks super sweet! I'm looking to do exactly this with my mukluk 3 (and potentially at ACF as well, though I'm keeping my eye out for a used wheel set)...

    I was hoping to ask a few more questions about the wheel build:
    - is this 135mm in the front and 170mm in the back?
    - And do you know if the rear wheel 170mm hub was offset at all?

    Thanks much man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ytkuf View Post
    Hey - this bikes looks super sweet! I'm looking to do exactly this with my mukluk 3 (and potentially at ACF as well, though I'm keeping my eye out for a used wheel set)...

    I was hoping to ask a few more questions about the wheel build:
    - is this 135mm in the front and 170mm in the back?
    - And do you know if the rear wheel 170mm hub was offset at all?

    Thanks much man!
    Thanks, I had a lot of fun on it this summer! I just recently put the stock wheelset back on. I want to do some trail riding with the 26" wheels to get a better comparison before the snow flies.

    The hubs are 135mm front and 170mm rear. I think the rear is centered, but the front is offset.

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