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PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2006 11:34 am 
B.o.T.M. Winner / Gold Trader
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Location: CAMBRIDGE .. UK
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Rond-WP-air-oil-m ... 0071269721


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They are Hydro Pro 2's, 1995. Nicely made forks with al lot machined bits. Sturdy, reliable forks if they have the right crown and right seals. The eBay forks has the right crown and the right seals will probably have replaced the old ones by now.

Travel is 57mm. In my experience they are not the plushest on the small stuff, but don't get me wrong; they really do make your ride more comfortable. They are doing their job pretty unnoticable, what is good.

Rond quit servicing them only about 1 year ago. Before that you got a near new forks back for 50 euros. Bummer they quit of course.

I also have the HP 1, HP 3 and Rebel. I am yealous on the canti brace of the eBay forks, as I have only one.

- Melvin


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