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    Rockshock 29+ RS1

    Looks like something might be in the works, expensive though I sure.

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    It's got to be cheaper than a mold for lowers for them, unfortunately will probably be more expensive "for us" due to the required new axle/hub standards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeBC View Post
    Looks like something might be in the works, expensive though I sure.

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    Is a travel limited rS1, so instead of 120mm, its 100mm and the wight with hub and uncut steerer is 1850grams
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    So the upcoming 27+ should work with the standard 120mm travel.Fun times!

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