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    2011 Ibis Mojo SL Parts Pick


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    Interesting: Front Derailleur Shimano XTR Dual Swing, Down Pull

    Interesting because thats in the XX spec. Guessing it works better than the XX which you can't really get into the proper position.
    Last edited by Kalamath; 09-10-2010 at 11:58 AM.

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    What is more interesting it that they finally got a 39-26 crank to fit on the bike. Super Cool.

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    It says that the XTR kit includes a 9 speed cassette... That can't be right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedell99
    What is more interesting it that they finally got a 39-26 crank to fit on the bike. Super Cool.

    Erik
    Does that mean that existing SL's can use the 39-26? I thought hans said it was a no go. That only 38-42 would work
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    I bet it has something to do with the new XTR derailleur. It must be longer and able to reach the 39 tooth.

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    My 2 x 9 conversion on a 2011 Mojo SL SLX build:
    I bought the SLX build, pulled off all the 10-spd items [anybody want to jump into 10-speed?], put on an XT Shadow RD, 34T rear cassette, XT shifters, 22 [stainless] / 36 aluminum chainrings, and M667 FD. The M667 [made for double cranks] works much better than other triple versions. BTW, for the Mojo SL, the FD needs to be a bottom-swing [top clamp] top-pull model. Yeah, the M667 is a lowly SLX, but you can cut off the bottom pull lever arm if you want to save a few more precious grams...

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