It will give you a slightly slacker head angle, raise the bb and slightly move the seat post angle backwards. Not sure it would be a massive difference and an easy thing to try if you can borrow a rear wheel, much easier than changing forks.
my chameleon mk7 is brilliant mulletted feels like a new bike in the mud and slop.
less effort on the climbs , grips massively improved.
2.4 29er wild enduro michelin and a 2.8 michelin all mountain on the rear
I’ve been running my Stache as mullet bike when Innerleithen is really sloppy but instead of it being 29″ front and 650b rear it’s 29+ front and 29″ rear – if you need to buy a new wheel for the project anyway I would heartily recommend it. A big front rim with a 3″ Minion on it is bloody amazing in gnarlier stuff but it’s not got the fun but vague feel of a plus rear tyre.
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