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    Added a Sherman to my Bakuto

    I put a 170mil travel Sherman on my Bakuto. It is an inch longer, but I swear It climbs better than the 150mil dropoff it replaced. Plus the Sherman can be reduced to 135mil. The front end tracks so much nicer now, especially in the rough.
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    What size is your bakuto? Mine is 17" and with a 170mm 66 it looks more choppa


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    Is that a SPV fork??
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    It does have SPV. The frame is 19". It's my allmountain get-up, not my freeride bike. I do freeride on it though, but its purpose is to fit and not break. Right now the bike is about 8 pounds lighter than my FS freeride bike. By the way, the sherman took a half a pound off the bike from the dropoff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gop427
    It does have SPV. The frame is 19". It's my allmountain get-up, not my freeride bike. I do freeride on it though, but its purpose is to fit and not break. Right now the bike is about 8 pounds lighter than my FS freeride bike. By the way, the sherman took a half a pound off the bike from the dropoff.
    Devolve that puppy it'll be a much happier fork.

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