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I received the parts that I am using to make the Mongoose Dolomite more ride-able.  Look for my next post where I talk about my first iteration of changes that I am going to make.  Before I make any changes, though, I thought I would document the stock specifications.   Also check out the photo gallery below (click the images to expand).

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Frame Steel Dolomite Frame
Color Navy/Red
Fork Steel Mongoose Fork
Rear Shock nil


Front Der nil
Rear Der Shimano Tourney TX 7-speed (SIS Index)
Freewheel 14-28t Freewheel
Chain KMC HP 7-speed
Crankset 170mm Aluminum Alloy Crank 36t


Headset NECO 1 ⅛” Threadless
Stem AD OMO Alloy 25.4mm Handlebar Clamp
Handlebar ~685mm, 25.4mm Alloy Handlebar
Grips Mongoose Rubber
Shifters Plastic Grip Shifter SIS Index
Front Brake JAK Super Disc Brake
Rear Brake JAK Super Disc Brake
Rotors 160mm Steel Rotors
Seatpost 28.6mm Aluminum Post
Saddle Mongoose Saddle


Front Hub 135mm 36h Bolt-On
Rear Hub 190mm 36h Bolt-On
Spokes 1.8mm Straight Gauge (36 count)
Rims 100mm Non-Drilled Alloy Rims
Tires 26” x 4” Knobby


Complete Bike Weight 48 lbs



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Hi I’m Josh. I grew up in the Twins Cities and as a kid I rode my bike all over the west metro area, in addition to fixing up bikes for myself and others. Through these experiences, I developed a life-long passion for biking. Since then, I received a B.S. in Physics from Bethel University and met my wife Santi. When I was in college, I spent a lot of time building and collecting bikes in our tiny one-bedroom apartment in St. Paul. At one point, we had at least 6 bikes stuffed into the apartment. I’d have a bike build in progress on the floor of the living room and the rest of the bikes hanging on DIY storage racks. I built my first fat bike, a Salsa Mukluk 2, in that apartment. I’m currently working on an Alubooyah Fat Bike build.
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