Muddy Fox D3 Downhill Full Suspension

4/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Chainset: Truvativ Husselfelt
  • Forks: Marzocchi Bomber Super T with 170mm travel
  • Frame: 7005 Series alloy, 4 bar linkage
  • Gears: Shimano Deore XT 9 Speed
  • Grips: Muddyfox Dual Density
  • Headset: Cane Creek Threadless A-Headset
  • Rear Hub: Bigfoot with sealed bearings
  • Rims: Alex DH Specific
  • Saddle: Muddyfox Pure
  • Shock: Fox DHX 5.0 225mm with 170mm travel
  • Tyres: IRC Tamashi Race Compound

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Joshua Allan a Weekend Warrior from United Kingdom

Date Reviewed: December 15, 2007

Strengths:    The frame is built to last, apart from the derailleur i cant fault the strength of the frame. The shock completely compliments it too. Brakes are good and perfect for stopping this monster.

Weaknesses:    Derailleur hanger thread is permament but de threads easily therefore you need to drill through the hanger to make fit a drop out saver(can be awkward). Forks from stock rebound too slowly and erm... also the seat post bolts will give in after some use as the tube gets a micrometer thinner from the post after a year or two, buy a brand x bolt to solve the problem. thats it really can't fault anything else

Bottom Line:   
I would say worth the money if you were out to ride however there are some issues i have had with this bike which have costed a bit, however i dont think they sellt hese anymore. The frame is a beefcake and i would trust it more or less on anything i have or am preparing to do never doubted its strength. The setup from standard is good but you would be inclined to change it after some time

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Favorite Trail:   Thurstaston

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $1900.00

Purchased At:   some shop i found on google

Similar Products Used:   I've rode my friends bikes but never rode another one like this which i have owned.

Bike Setup:   Muddyfox D3 frame, Funn full on bars/stem, ODI rogues, Hayes HFX9 with clear goodridges, Alex DH 32 rims, Truvativ husselfelt cranks, MRP system 3 alloy chainguide, SRAM x 9/9sp chain(with powerlink)/x9 trigger shift/and sram cassette of some description, Da Bomb Da Chariot seat(bomb boy) and a Da Bomb Mortar post. Also my lovely gold brand x seat clamp bolt and DMR v8's.

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