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Can anyone identify these forks...

big-ted

Danced with A, attacked by C, fired by D.
Sep 27, 2005
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Vancouver, BC
Ah, I'm just playin'. I've been wanting an excuse to post that for ages. I can't help. Guess I'm off to bed...
 

proworkz

Chimp
Aug 31, 2008
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Reno, Nevada
Thanks for looking.... I picked up a few bikes from my local Craigs List. Previous owner said these shocks are bad. But I can't find any model number or brand on them to get parts ordered.
 

worship_mud

Turbo Monkey
Dec 9, 2006
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Can anyone identify these forks...
What brand and model??? Thanks....
semi OT:

help someone whose english is even worse than the average monkey's,
because i still don't know:

is it FORK or FORKS when you talk about one FORK(S)?
 

- seb

Turbo Monkey
Apr 10, 2002
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UK
I think americans say fork, but certainly in the UK it's exclusively "forks".
 

Hesh To Steel

Monkey
Dec 12, 2007
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Hell's Kitchen
One bike has one fork. Of you're at a store and they have more than one boxxer, totem etc on display, then they are displaying "forks".

Referring to a single suspension fork as "boxxers" or "a set of boxxers" brings up some interesting questions. is it being referred to like that because a fork has more than one leg? Could you say "a set of leftys" when describing cannondale's single-leg design? Or does the single leg mean there's only one fork?

Am I reading way too far into this? Probably. But I AM sure that it's FORK not "forks".