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    Lunatic Fringe

    This thing is a beast compared to the Puglsey.
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    That looks awesome! How do you like the fork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaultbrad View Post
    That looks awesome! How do you like the fork?
    The Jones truss fork is awesome. Light weight and zero flex.

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    Re: Lunatic Fringe

    Will that truss fork take a clownshoe/Bud?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustybkr View Post
    Will that truss fork take a clownshoe/Bud?
    Yep. That is what I am running.
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    Re: Lunatic Fringe

    Sweet

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    just curious what makes it a beast??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripower View Post
    The Jones truss fork is awesome. Light weight and zero flex.
    So you are saying the Jones is lighter than the stock fork on a M.L.?

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    Re: Lunatic Fringe

    Did you weigh them both? Where did get the Jones fork? I really want to change out my Moonie fork, but I don't know to what yet. I really like the looks of the truss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreeD View Post
    So you are saying the Jones is lighter than the stock fork on a M.L.?
    It weighs about the same as the Moonlander fork. The Jones truss fork is (IMHO) light in weight for the rigidity it provides.

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