Muddy Fox D3 Downhill Full Suspension

Muddy Fox D3 Downhill Full Suspension 


  • 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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[Dec 15, 2007]
Joshua Allan
Weekend Warrior


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.


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

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

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