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    e.f.f.e.c.t smoothoperatr
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    2005 66 RC on a 2003 sgs pro?

    i currently have a 2002 super t, and im prob gunnu start looking for a newer fork.
    im checking out the 2005 66rc... anyone else have any other suggestions? ( looking for a deal cause the only money ill get is some from birthday and selling the 2002 super t)
    thanks

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    The 66 is awesome, but an 2002 Super is a solid fork as well. I think I'd use the money to eliminate the SGS part of this equation.

    Just a thought: you've got a 1.5 headtube, so you might as well use it. How 'bout a Travis single?

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    y not get a faith in taiwan?
    IS THIS SOMETHING YOU CAN SHARE WITH THE REST OF US AMAZING LARRY ?!?!?!

    aircooled VW FTW

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    Those '05 66rc's are stiff, and like butter. I don't believe you would regret the purchase at all.
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    Always get a kick out of this:
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    I actualy think it would work well, and look sick, it would balance your bike out better with a slightly taller fork.
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    I think I'd use the money to eliminate the SGS part of this equation.



    mmm uuhhh no im loving it, and you prob dont like it cause of the remarks people make of it on this site

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    Quote Originally Posted by themarsvolta55
    you prob dont like it cause of the remarks people make of it on this site
    Actually I don't like them because they're ugly and flexy and the rear ends explode.... but to each his own. Didn't you have a Weyless before? I would have kept that.

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    an opinion is an opinion
    the sgs feels 10 x better than a 200 dollar frame that doesent even exist and no company anymore. and even if i "do blow the rear end"... ill buy a new one.. woppdy doo

    i am in no mood to argue with a person like you who perfers cross country as there favorite riding............................

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    the 66 would work great on your frame i think, go for it

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    how about waitin for a 2007 rockshox totem? those look freakin sweet, and they have a 1.5 headtube.

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