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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2012 11:03 pm 
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I don't know how much of is these days (mine was done cheap through the shop I worked in; we sent the forks customers bought in to TFT and staff got a discount).

I was always pretty sceptical about the whole tuning thing until I had that done. I can honestly say it made the Big Hit better. I'd have my DHX air done if I could.


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They dont do dhx air for some reason.
Push tune on an rc is about £150 all in.


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What was the biggest tyre you ran on the rear?


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:08 am 
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i can't really remember....prob 2.3.........but i know a panaracer 2.4 would fit......as they were more tall than wide......i liked skinnier tires though :D


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Hmm my 2.4 kenda nevegal seems to rub (its not sat properly but even if it was its very close!).
My crazy bob on another wheel rubs too though.


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one 2.4 is never the same as another 2,4........pretty sure the panaracer 2,4 DH tires used to fir, it's all in the side nobbles :wink:


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