Depends on which way you look at it? The indy is basically a Quadra but with single cast legs so in theory the the design and workings of the Indy are infact 2 years older than the Judy?
The Indy was released later than the Judy, and therefore it would then not be accurate to say that you would not want to use an Indy over a Judy because the Indy is too old. I'm not debating the technology (or lack of)inside the Indy. I'm just pointing out the timeline of the product. Not that I care even, as I've never been a stickler for using specific period stuff. Its just that MadCowKev wrote: "Indy C's are too old for that frame. You need some Judys", so I pointed out the timeline was actually Judy before Indy, if in fact some level of period accuracy was desired in the build.
I guess the real question is, why use an Indy on anything?
Even just as a stop gap measure? I mean, I'd rather not fit the fork at all until I came up with a more permanent solution, than fit a temporary Indy. Instead why not just hang the frame, shop for a more desireable and worthwhile fork, and bury that Indy in the yard with your other raw sewage?
Drowning in Retro!