Dad told me to grab some parts from the shed or he'd trash them. Found a set of forks I had forgotten about, along with some other bits and bites.
One is a believe is a RockShox fork, but for all I know it it could be a repaint and decal of something else. I have no experience with them, so I can't assess for myself. Seems to still work as it compresses with pressure. Paint on the lowers are scrapped and peeling in areas. Decal seems to be not one piece but seems to be built with red and black on top of the reflective white square back.
The other is some unknown inverted fork. Seems to be seized though. There are slots for the brake posts to slide upward. Kind of see in one pic but is hard to see being covered by the brake booster.
Should I bother with these? Or should I just toss them?
 Thread topic is now more about Halson Inversions/PDS but if anyone has info about the other set of shocks and their worth, please let me know, thanks!
Woot. I have something to contribute here, finally.
I owned the first pair of shocks, they are still on my old Ironhorse back at my parents place. I loled when I saw rock shock stickers on it. It probably symbolizes the thoughts of each and every person who bought one because they wanted Rock Shox but SR Duotracks are all they could afford.
Those would be the Original SR Duotracks. something like <3 cm of travel, coil sprung, undampnened. They weren't really found on department store bikes, and I would say their build quality is much better than the latter shocks such as the duo track 7005 that were found on just about every department store bike. They are <3 pounds as well if i remember correctly. Hmm. what else, I had to remove one of the springs in one of the fork legs in order for it to be usefull as I used to weigh around 100 pounds when I bought it.
Heres a pic of them with original decals