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    My 2011 Swork Stumpjumper 650b



    My recently finished build, new here but have been riding for about a year now.

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    Nice! Can you share the components for your conversion please?

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    As far as components for the conversion, with this frame all that is needed are the wheels. I used the Mavic Crossmax SLR rims with (I think) Mavic Crossroc Roam 2.2 tires. There is a few millimeters of gap between tires and frame all around.

    Other components I went with include: XX1 cf crank with Qring and xtr spds, XT drivetrain with XT brakes. And some other cf bits thrown in.

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    Thanks for the info. Which fork are you using?

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    I'm assuning this was a 26r when it started out - is that correct? and as per Protyne - what fork you using?

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    Yes the bike began as a 26er. It has the factory s140ta specialized fox fork and the factory future shock brain, which I hope to replace shortly.

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    Cool to know the conversion works. How about with other tires? How does it ride?

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