Marin Pine Mountain vs Oyama CX8

Compare Specifications of Marin Pine Mountain and Oyama CX8

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Marin Pine Mountain
Marin Pine Mountain

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Oyama CX8
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Technical Specifications
Frame Series 2 Double Butted CrMo, 27.5+ Wheels, Boost 141 x 9 mm Open Dropout, 73 mm Threaded BB Alloy G609 Frame with MJ Joint
Stem 60mm Marin 3D Forged Alloy Folding Stem: SZ-02 Joint
Handle Bar Marin Mini-Riser, 6061 Double Butted Aluminum, 15 mm Rise, 780 mm Width, 4º Up, 9º Back HL, Alloy
Fork CrMo, Suspension Corrected, Boost 110 mm Spacing, Tapered Steerer 20″ Alloy fork
Seatpost Marin Alloy Light XIEJIIN, Alloy
Grip Marin Single Clamp Locking --
Crankset Marin Forged Alloy 1 x 10, Hollow Spindle, Direct Mount Steel Forged Narrow-Wide 30T Chainring, Boost Spacing --
Pedals Nylon Platform --
Chain KMC X10 --
Shifters Shift Lever : Shimano Deore 1x10-Speed --
Saddle Marin MTB --
Headset FSA Orbit ITA, Sealed Cartridge Bearings, 1 1/8" x 1 1/2” --
Derailleur Front -- SHIMANO, RDM310, 8 speeds
Derailleur Rear Shimano Deore Shadow Plus SGS 10-Speed --
Hub Front Joytech, 141 x 9 mm, 6-Bolt Disc, 32H --
Hub Rear Joytech, 110 x 9 mm, 6-Bolt Disc, 32H --
Spoke 14 g Black Stainless Steel --
Cassette SunRace 10-Speed, 11-42T --
Tyres
Front Vee Tire, Crown Gem 27.5 x 2.8", Dual Control Compound, Folding Bead, Tubeless Compatible SCHWALBE/KENDA 20″*2.0
Rear Vee Tire, Crown Gem 27.5 x 2.8", Dual Control Compound, Folding Bead, Tubeless Compatible SCHWALBE/KENDA 20″*2.0
Wheel / RIM Marin Aluminum Double Wall, 38 mm Inner, Pinned Joint, Disc Specific, Tubeless Compatible Spoke
Brakes
Front Shimano MT400 Hydraulic Disc, 180 mm Rotor TEKTRO V-brake
Rear Shimano MT400 Hydraulic Disc, 160 mm Rotor --
Brake Lever Shimano MT400 Hydraulic --
Suspension
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Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors -- Champagne
Matte Black


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight -- 13.4 kg
Overview
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Additional Details Bottom Bracket : External Sealed Cartridge Bearings Rims: 20″ Alloy

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