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    coil vs air in 2012 line up of forks/shocks

    I have been pondering back and forth on what style of all mountain platform to get, my biggest problem seems to be whether to go air or coil set up? Maybe even a combination of both.
    I do understand that the definition of all mountain biking category is very vague and many people see it differently, but I think we all have a fairly similar view to what it is.

    I wanted to ask you fellow riders what your inputs might be? one bike that is confusing me a lot is the Specialized Enduro with its Evo line.

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    what bike do you have? that should pretty much decide it.

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    well at the moment nothing but looking at a specialized enduro. but really this goes to any AM bike out there as most of them can be built with either coil or air set up.

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    right now if you are just looking for a bike id worry more about geo and how much travel you want.

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