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    Mar 2012

    New question here. Scott Ransom 20 CF Frame

    Hey guys, I'm looking to get another bike that is more suited for downhill riding, but I have to say my CF Ransom has held up really nice and I ride it hard! The front Marzocchi Bombers are good, however I was thinking about stepping up to the Marzocchi 888 RC3 EVO V.2 Fork.

    Only thing is, I don't know if the CF frame is necessarily strong enough for that fork. What do you guys think?

    Also here's a pic of my current set up...
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    May 2011
    As long as the travel is within the frame's tolerances, I wouldn't think that would be a problem. I always recommend calling the dealer or frame manufacturer directly when it comes to things like that though. They'll be able to give you a positive yes or no as to whether or not that would void the warranty or step outside the boundaries of what that frame was designed for.
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