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Morewood Makulu, large.

$600 GBP
2012 Morewood Makulu. Frame in decent condition, one side of the head tube has a slight bump stop dent (don't they all!). A few scuffs and scratches but generally in good nick for its age, well protected with heli-tape. Bearings in good condition, no lateral play. Boxxer team forks, firm spring, stanchions and seals in good condition, no play or leaks. Bos Stoy shock, tuned by J-tech at some point in the past, massively adjustable. 400 pound spring, which complements that firm spring in the boxxer pretty well. Zee brakes, new in 2018, 203 rotors. Brand new rear lever just fitted and brake bled ready to go. Alex Supra wheels, 20mm front, 150x12 rear. Wheels pretty straight. Minions front and rear, neither great to be honest. X0 shifter, zee mech, close ratio dh cassette. Works well. E13 lg1 chain guide. Sdg i-fly saddle and post. Easton havoc 35 800mm bars, easton direct mount stem, odi grips. Spare front wheel, straight with decent sealed bearings, wearing a super tacky wet scream in decent nick. 60a rear wetscream also included. A very modern feeling, roomy downhill bike for its age, doesnt feel that different to riding my large kona process apart from the weight and extra travel. I love having this bike for the occasional uplift day, it's retro but still extremely capable, smart looking and always gets admiring comments from those who know and who don't scoff at 26" wheels. It doesn't get used nearly enough to have it gathering dust in my shed though, and my son (who's bike it really is, if I'm honest!!) could do with the money to buy tools for his work. We're not giving this away, so no stupid offers please. If you're genuinely interested though, message me through here or give me a phone. If you want any specific pictures, just ask and I'll email them to you. Cheers, Simon.

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