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Salsa Mukluk 3 (2012)

General

Product Category
Brand Salsa
ModelMukluk 3
SizeXs, S, M, L, Xl
ColorMoonshadow Blue

Specific

Bottom bracketTruvativ 100mm
Brake leversTektro CL530, Black
Brake rotorFront: Avid BB5 Mechanical, 160mm Rear: Avid BB5 Mechanical, 160mm
BrakesAvid BB5 Mechanical
CassetteShimano HG-50, 9-Speed, 11-34T
ChainSRAM
CranksetTruvativ Hussefelt for 100mm BB, XS, SM = 170mm, MD, LG, XL = 175mm; NOTE: Mukluk 3 may experience chain/tire rub in the two easiest gears. For more information, see this blog post: http://salsacycles.com/culture/2012_mukluk_lineup/
Features
    •    Mukluk - Explore Geometry
- Designed as a fatbike to provide extreme tire floatation in soft conditions like snow and sand. Fit geometry maximizes standover clearance facilitating dabbing, restarts, dismounts and re-mounts. Geometry optimized for slow speed handling and more easily controlled front end. It rides where other bikes can't
    •    7005 Aluminum Tubeset- 
Size-specific, double-butted, heat-treated 7005-AL tubing optimized for strength and weight. Excellent corrosion resistance
    •    Ovalized Downtube- 
Improves handling and front triangle stiffness
    •    170mm Rear Spacing- 
Results in a stronger, symetrical rear wheel while maintaining proper chainline with 100mm bottom bracket
    •    Shaped chainstays and seatstays- 
Provide maximum heel clearance in winter boots
    •    Direct Mount Front Derailleur Adaptor- 
Problem Solvers Direct Mount Adaptor adds flexibility to drivetrain setup
    •    Tapered Seat Tube
Allows use of a 27.2mm diameter seatpost for improved rider comfort while maintaining frame stiffness
    •    Rack Mounts
TIG-welded seatstay mounts. Designed to sit above large volume fatbike tires while removing disc brake clearance issues. NOTE: Rack fitment may require some rack modification.
    •    Waterbottle Bosses- 
Frameset accepts 5 bottle cages (3 on frame, 2 on fork)
    •    Powder Coat Paint- 
Provides durable finish
    •    Full Length Cable Routing- 
Improved performance in poor conditions
    •    Reflective Decals
-Keep you visible in the snowmachine headlights!
    •    Enabler Fork Included- 
Custom-designed, triple-butted, Kung Fu CroMoly with forward-facing, stainless steel, double-eyelet dropouts. Mid-blade mounts. Back-of-leg water bottle bosses. Fender mounts. 51mm I.S. disc brake mount. Powdercoat finish
    •    135mm Fork Spacing
- Allows removal of front wheel without detaching front brake caliper
    •    Mid-Blade Mounts- 
Thru-mount mid-blade mounts designed to work best with Salsa Down Under lowrider rack and/or Minimalist rack
    •    Fork Blade Waterbottle Bosses
Back-of-leg waterbottle bosses in triple boss configuration for Anything Cages or hi/low placement of waterbottle cages
    •    Powdercoat Fork 
Matching fork. Provides durable finish


Fork typeSalsa Enabler, 135mm Spacing
Frame typeSalsa Mukluk, Aluminum Alloy
Front derailleurSRAM X.7, 3-Speed, High Direct Mount
HeadsetCane Creek 10-Series TR, Blue, Custom for Salsa
Hub frontSalsa Enabler, 135mm Spacing, 32H, Blue
Hub rearSalsa Mukluk 3, 170mm Spacing, 32H, Blue
MaterialAluminum Alloy
Rear derailleurSRAM X.7, 9-Speed, Long Cage, Gray
Recommended forsnow/ sand riding, trail riding
Rims typeSurly Rolling Darryl, Black, 32H;NOTE: Mukluk 3 may experience chain/tire rub in the two easiest gears. For more information, see this blog post: http://salsacycles.com/culture/2012_mukluk_lineup/
SaddleWTB Pure V Sport
ShiftersSRAM X.7 GripShift
ShifterFront: SRAM X.7 GripShift Rear: SRAM X.7 GripShift
SkewersSurly Rolling Darryl, Black, 32H;NOTE: Mukluk 3 may experience chain/tire rub in the two easiest gears. For more information, see this blog post: http://salsacycles.com/culture/2012_mukluk_lineup/
SpokesDT Swiss, Champion SG, Black
StemSalsa Pro Moto 3, 31.8mm, Black
Weight XS (4.13 lbs/1873g), S (4.25 lbs/1928g), M (4.5 lbs/2041g), L (4.63 lbs/2100g), XL (4.81 lbs/2182g)
Year2012
TiresFront: Surly Larry 26 x 3.8"; Rear: Surly Endomorph 26 x 3.7", 27 TPI, Wire Bead; NOTE: Mukluk 3 may experience chain/tire rub in the two easiest gears. For more information, see this blog post: http://salsacycles.com/culture/2012_mukluk_lineup/
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