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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by richgardiner, Oct 10, 2015.
Its worth it to ditch the DH bike for a day.
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does anybody know if DW still kicks around in here or MTBR at all anymore?
Well, I've been trying to ditch it for some time now! Haha
Still pondering a fork change, worth it to go from my 2011 888 RC3 EVO Ti to a 2015 Boxxer Team?
No idea, but I'm thinking of offloading my '15 Float 40 RC2 with all the latest and greatest. LMK if interested.
do you feel a performance loss with your 888??
I was trying to sell my '11 boxxer team w '15 charger damper and got no bites.. so i bought the air upgrade and I love the fork again.
air vs coil is a personal preference. I was in-between spring rates, so having air to perfectly get that PSI + the options of tokens is really awesome.
2 of my friends have 380s and love them
and one of my friends has a 40 float and also loves it
now-a-days.. i feel like there are no shitty DH forks coming out
especially a rux
Yeah, maybe I'll just change the oil and save the cash. The bike is still way faster than I'll ever be and I have other things that need the money spent on them.
He/they still check in on the turner mtbr forum.
amen to that.. i think im going to have this bike for a very long time.. no need to go 650b/carbon blah blah when the only thing that needs to be faster/ upgraded is the rider
What kind of a dentist are you???
Good band name.
I want to make "long live the DHR" t-shirts, or stickers. or both
that was supposed to say "long live" not "love live". fuck, too many visits to the bong shed
DW or DT?
Oops, yeah. The one with a sense of humor. My bad.
Looks like the upper link on my DHR cracked.
Anyone have an extra floating around?
So you now have missing link?
I've got one for you. What shock you using?
zomgz. Fox DHX RC4.
Lemme dig it out. It's a bored out one so you can use a vivid and some other stuff too.
She is alive again!
If you zoom in you can see the crack above the top speed hole. @kidwoo
The entire link is bent/twisted so I'm guessing when the shock bolt broke in half, the entire thing was torquing to one side.
No more creaks....