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    http://mtbleaks.wordpress.com/2011/1...ing-shox-2013/
    I like to hoon.

  • #2
    They should have kashima'd the dropper post
    King Guerrilla Gowl

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    • #3
      Bout time the pulled the finger out on the 34's for 26 inch wheel size. They've already gone on the wish list of parts for the enduro bike I'm building in my head. Reality will have to wait till next season.

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      • #4
        34's definitely makes a lot of sense - would love a set of 150 34's for the Ragley, though I still think I'd stick with my 36's for the full-suss, I love the 36s, feels like you can hit anything with them and they'll just keep in smiling at you
        I like to hoon.

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        • #5
          Ah your right unless there is a big weight advantage the 36s are the job for eating up the ground. No flex to speak of either. I've my 36 floats set at 140 for the winter and I knotch them up to 150 for the summer. Can't beat em

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bren View Post
            I've my 36 floats set at 140 for the winter and I knotch them up to 150 for the summer.
            sounds fierce scientific Bren - is the extra 10mm to allow for heat expansion during the warmer summer months ?
            I like to hoon.

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            • #7
              Ah it's a 'because I can' kinda thing.
              To be fair the speed I go uphills is not far off going uphill in the winter and coming back down in the summer

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