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    So I tested a Gemini DH frameset yesterday...

    The DH frame was built with a Shiver, King/Doublewides, E-13, Gack steel bar, and all the goodies.

    Very sweet, and smooth. the floating brake does exactly what it is intended to do. Very sweet ride.
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    ... and if we just ... Floating break

    They have reduced the price in the uk, as well. Mind you, don't know if I wished mine had a floating break. Mind you more than happy with my 2000.

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    I am with you.

    Quote Originally Posted by catnash
    They have reduced the price in the uk, as well. Mind you, don't know if I wished mine had a floating break. Mind you more than happy with my 2000.
    I am very happy with my Gemini as is, however, under braking loads, the swingarm o the DH is WAY more fluid.

    It really is making me think about adding a floater to my bike. That was the first time that I tried a floater, and the difference is amazing.
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    ... and if we just ... Floater?

    Can you get the seperate floater? Thinking of the 2000 I have, I'm glad its got two travel settings. Wouldnt swap it now.

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    Not from CDALE.

    Quote Originally Posted by catnash
    Can you get the seperate floater? Thinking of the 2000 I have, I'm glad its got two travel settings. Wouldnt swap it now.
    but www.therapycomponents.com makes one that will fit. That is whatI am thinking about.
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