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travis sc fork release dates

zmtber

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Aug 13, 2005
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yeah its definatly mid septeber i caclled them recently but you now they always wait until after the interbike shoe so probalby end of sept.
 

rpk1988

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Dec 6, 2004
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freerideATL said:
203mm of travel..........on a single crown?????
why not just go for the dual crown?
That is a double crown I thought. I thought such forks as the Shiver and 888R were triple crown forks. Hmmm. :confused:
 

OGRipper

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Feb 3, 2004
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NORCAL is the hizzle
rpk1988 said:
That is a double crown I thought. I thought such forks as the Shiver and 888R were triple crown forks. Hmmm. :confused:
No, that's triple CLAMP. The crowns "clamp" in three places: two fork tubes and one steer tube. A 888 is a dual crown, triple clamp style fork.

The Travis line comes in both single and double crown versions.
 

bballboy388

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Dec 4, 2004
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rpk1988 said:
That is a double crown I thought. I thought such forks as the Shiver and 888R were triple crown forks. Hmmm. :confused:
hahaha in ur face for all the times uve corrected me the wrong way!
 
A crown is the peice that holds the stanchions together. A crown is the same thing as a triple clamp.

A single crown fork only has a single crown under the head tube. On a single crown, the steer tube is connected to the crown.

A dual crown or dual triple clamp fork has a lower crown under the headtube that can be moved up and down (in which the steer tube is connected to). The top crown then tightens to the top of the 3 tubes.