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    Rockshox Domain RC Dual Crown

    I found some info on this fork and Tyler Morland says: "its for the park rider or someone who crashes a lot and wants a durable, smooth dual crown fork". it is basicly a BoXXer mixed with a domain. i8 inches of travel and sould release in augest.the web site said it SHOULD be 660 us dollars. i forget the website but i know what i read.

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    I can't wait to see how the market works out on these.....

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    Can't you get a Boxxer Ride for around $700? Will this be more durable/better?
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    ^^^1) its a BoXXer RACE 2) the BoXXer Race is more of a light FR/DH racing fork not heavey FR/park/someone who crashes alot
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    Quote Originally Posted by DHmonkey123
    I found some info on this fork and Tyler Morland says: "its for the park rider or someone who crashes a lot and wants a durable, smooth dual crown fork". it is basicly a BoXXer mixed with a domain. i8 inches of travel and sould release in augest.the web site said it SHOULD be 660 us dollars. i forget the website but i know what i read.

    Do you think it would be good for someone who does a lot of no footers off 13 foot ladder drops?

    If so, I'm getting one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrix
    Do you think it would be good for someone who does a lot of no footers off 13 foot ladder drops?

    If so, I'm getting one.
    Is this your way of telling everyone that you can do no footers off 13 foot ladder drops?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickShoe671
    Is this your way of telling everyone that you can do no footers off 13 foot ladder drops?


    I take it you don't visit here often and are not aware of the joke.
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    Your right. I should spend more time on the internet.

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    Oh yea I do no footers off 13 foot drops every day. I do them on my schwinn beach cruiser too. I'm thinkin about putting one of these forks on my beach cruiser because I'm really good but this would make it easier to do tailwhips and stuff like such as...

    No really is this guy trying to say he crashes a lot because that's the one point he keeps bringing up... I'd just get the boxxer. You can crash with a boxxer dude. It won't blow up if you crash. Plus I think boxxers will be lighter.

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    Old news dude.
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