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PostPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:45 pm 
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Hi guys/gals

I have two pairs of RST XMO forks from 98/99, a yellow pair with disk mounts and a blue pair with no disc mounts (these are the more expensive 'Ti' model)

both are in decent condition, widely renouned as being better than the RS sid of the same era (stiffer and a better quality air cartridge)

If you know your forks you'll know that these aren't your usual RST's, and are US made.

£115 delivered for both pairs with an xmo branded pump and the user manual

Cheers

James


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pics please....never seen these before :?


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yellow pair have just had a service, blue pair i havn't used since i bought them.



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They look quite nice too 8)


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i really like them, especially the crowns


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:04 pm 
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These are pretty decent lightweight forks. They have Total Air/arlo

england cartridges inside them. Require air in both legs :wink:

Made in the USA. Hope this helps a bit.


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Cheers slimjoe

still available guys :)


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I have a pair here too. Very nice forks. Are yours fairly low useage? Might be tempted by another pair! :lol:


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onza100 wrote:
I have a pair here too. Very nice forks. Are yours fairly low useage? Might be tempted by another pair! :lol:


hard to say really as i bought both sets used a couple of years ago! (since then, yes, very low useage!)

I havnt touched the blue pair, i had the yellow set serviced and my mechanic said they were in ok condition internally.


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still available


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