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Mullet Link

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Mullet Link

The new Stumpjumper EVO chassis was built with all the geometry and suspension adjustment you need to make it your own, based on your riding style and terrain. The Stumpjumper EVO 27.5 Suspension Link allows you to run your 2021 to present Stumpjumper EVO with a 27.5 rear wheel. Our mixed-wheel link adjusts the geometry and kinematics on the chassis for the smaller rear wheel, providing you with an easy solution to run this setup while maintaining the intended suspension performance and geometry. In comparison to the all-out speed and traction of a front and rear 29 wheel, a mixed-wheel setup provides a nimbler ride with quick cornering and additional rear wheel clearance when getting over the back of the bike.

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2 years

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5 out of 5 stars

April 25, 2022

Joe Dirt!

I've put it through the wringer

If you want to go fast and win races, 29" wheels are the way to go. If you want to pop off of everything, manual easier and jib everything you come across, 27.5" wheels are the way to go. But the performance and playfulness gap between the two wheel sizes has gotten much tighter. So if you haven't ridden a 29" wheeled bike since 2018, then you are in for a surprise. They have gotten better and more playful. With that said I personally prefer a Mullet or mixed-wheel bike over a dedicated 29'r. It is a more playful setup. But very few bikes are built from the factory to be ridden as a mullet, and oftentimes, the flip chips do not fully compensate for the smaller wheel and you end up with a slack seat tube angle and clipping your pedals on everything in sight. Not to mention, the handling can be a little off and require some getting used to. In steps this sweet little link from Specialized. Installation took me maybe 15-20 minutes and you get to keep all of the factory Geometry that Specialized designed the bike for in the first place. This link actually bumps the rear wheel travel up to 155mm. Plus it isn't crazy expensive and it comes with the bearings already installed which makes installation a breeze. I 100% highly recommend this link if you are going to run your StumpJumper EVO as a mullet, and personally, I highly recommend the StumpJumper EVO as a mullet because it gets a little more lively and playful than the stock 29" wheel setup.

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