If you're one who counts every gram going on their beloved trail steed or cross-country rocket, take a good look at the RockShox Maxle Stealth to shave weight from the front end of your mountain bike. The Maxle Stealth tips the scales at a paltry 37 grams, saving weight from RockShox's beefier Maxle Ultimate or cross-country favorite Maxle Lite by eliminating the quick-release lever and sticking to a streamlined 6-millimeter bolt. It's available in traditional 15 x 100-millimeter and Boost 15 x 110-millimeter spacing, allowing you to run it on a wide variety of RockShox forks, ranging from older SID models to the newest version of the Pike. And since there's no quick-release lever, you won't have to worry about it smashing on rock gardens and technical stretches of trail.
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