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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by MoodDude, Sep 20, 2005.

  1. MoodDude

    MoodDude Chimp

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    Just Replace my old busted Durado with a new Fox 40. What a world of difference it has made to the stability of the bike. It made Windrock feel comfortable instead of feeling like you are trying to balance while standing on a wet bar of soap.

    I would also like to give my compliments to Harper's bike shop in Knoxville for doing a wonderfull job getting my Old DH bike in New working conditions. (No - I don't work or own Harper's)
     

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  2. Bicyclist

    Bicyclist Turbo Monkey

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    Sweet.
     
  3. Jimmy_Pop

    Jimmy_Pop Turbo Monkey

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    nice. it is nice to have new parts that offer confidence and improved performance.

    my first USD fork was a risse. i sold it cause it plain sucked. i thought it was a fluke and tried another USD fork, avalanche. flawless damping but still got to un-twist the fork after very small crash.

    got a 40 and now haveAvalanche quality damping, Monster T stiffness and Boxxer weight.

    im a happy camper!
     
  4. AlberTop

    AlberTop Monkey

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    I'm using a 40 too and that fork rocks.

    I moved from 2005 Boxxer Team to the 40 and can't compare. With the 40 you forget you have a front suspension.