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    27.5 160 fork s

    building a new burner and looking to get a fork which 160 travel is best and why

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    Haven't heard anything bad about the Pike yet, can't say that for the Fox, there are other options but not many reviews, WB Loop, BOS, think that's about it for available now...

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    Best for what?

    X-Fusion Vengeance HLR and HLR Air. Possibly the best 36mm AM fork on the market?

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    My 150 Revelation is pretty amazing. Great fork.

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    i've been running a 2012 36 float on my Burner. It is set at 150 right now but it has been great so far. flow ex rim and Schwalbe HD up front, it is a bit tight but fits. 27.5   160  fork s-burner-.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreater View Post
    i've been running a 2012 36 float on my Burner. It is set at 150 right now but it has been great so far. flow ex rim and Schwalbe HD up front, it is a bit tight but fits. Click image for larger version. 

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    Interesting. what the A to C length? got any side shots..
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    I'm running a BOS Deville and love it! Light as a feather and burly as a coil. Feels like a coil too. I'm thoroughly impressed by it.

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