Marin Attack Trail 6.7 All Mountain Full Suspension

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MSRP : $2625.00

Product Description

  • Sizes Small Medium Large
  • Frame 6061 Aluminum, Fully Hydroformed Mainframe and Swingarm, Quad-Link 2.0 150mm Suspension System with Modular 135mm Maxle Dropouts
  • Front Suspension RockShox Revelation SL, 150mm with Dual Air Preload Adjustment, 20mm Maxle Light Dropouts, Rebound Adjustment and Motion Control, Internal Floodgate, Lockout
  • Rear Suspension RockShox Monarch 3.3 with Rebound Adjustment, 3 Position Floodgate Lever and Air Spring Adjustment
  • Shift Lever SRAM X-5, 9 Speed Trigger
  • Derailleur Front Shimano Deore
  • Derailleur Rear SRAM X-7
  • Brakes Front Avid Juicy 3 Hydraulic Disc with 7” Rotor
  • Brakes Rear Avid Juicy 3 Hydraulic Disc with 6” Rotor
  • Brake Levers Avid Hydraulic Disc
  • Pedals Shimano M424 Clipless
  • Crankset TruVativ Blaze 3.1, 44/32/22 with Power Spline BB
  • Bottom Bracket TruVativ with Sealed Cartridge and Power Spline
  • Chain SRAM PC-951
  • Cassette SRAM PG-950, Power Glide II, 11-34, 9 Speed
  • Hub Rear Alloy Cartridge Sealed, 32 Hole Disc, 12mm Through Axle
  • Hub Front Alloy Cartridge Sealed, 32 Hole Disc, 20mm Through Axle
  • Rims WTB SpeedDisc All Mountain, Double Wall, 32 Hole Disc
  • Spokes Nipples WTB 14 Gauge Black Stainless
  • Tires Kenda Nevegal, 26" x 2.35", Dual Tread Compound
  • Saddle WTB Pure V Sport with Love Channel and Comfort Zone
  • Seatpost Comp Alloy Micro Adjust, 30.9mm x 400mm
  • Stem Gap OS Threadless with Alloy Face Plate with 31.8mm Bar Clamp
  • Handlebar A-XC Double Butted 6061 Alloy, OS-31.8mm, 25mm Rise
  • Grips Marin Double Locking with Drop Guard End Cap
  • Headset FSA Orbit 1.5 ZS, 1 1/8” Top Cup, 1.5” Bottom Cup, for Tapered Steerer, Threadless Internal

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marin attack trail 6.7 or 6.8?

Hiya folks. I had my heart and mind set on an attack trail 2010 6.7. I'd be using it for hitting up some local freeride stuff, trail centres, downhill tracks and for taking the dog out. It is mostly going to be used on riding local freeride stuff and 'riding' the dog! Would it be worth spendin ... Read More »

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