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PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:04 pm 
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I really know pretty much nothing :oops: about sus forks, but I'd like to learn....

Does anyone know of anywhere I can get hold of specifications for historical sus forks?? mainly RS, but Manitou's too, for a start

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im not sure as collectively
i dont think there is a database, i think it would be a case of asking around/searching for specific fork spec, but you can also look at the manufacturers websites but these dont hold details of older forks, normally upto around 2000


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cyfa2809 wrote:
im not sure as collectively
i dont think there is a database, i think it would be a case of asking around/searching for specific fork spec, but you can also look at the manufacturers websites but these dont hold details of older forks, normally upto around 2000


Cheers fella,

I'm basically looking for 1999 to 2004 specs, differences in travel, weight, blah blah, so I think I'll go have a look on the manufacturers sites first then.. :oops:


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will this help ?
http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id12.html


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Ask Marin Man about Manitou mate, he knows his onions. :wink:


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I was speaking to Scotty boy about some yesterday :wink:

I'm anallay retentive about collecting data and numbers on spreadsheets etc as well... :roll: :oops:


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That's pretty bloody useful Rob, cheers

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glad to help :wink:


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