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    CC AD-10 on a warp ds-1

    does anyone know if the CC AD-10 will fit on a WARP DS-1?
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    The AD-12 and the Cloud Nine do. But I guess I can't solve your question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp2003
    The AD-12 and the Cloud Nine do. But I guess I can't solve your question...
    If the AD12 fits, so does the AD10. Same bushings even.

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    ... and if we just ... Ok

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedüb Nate
    If the AD12 fits, so does the AD10. Same bushings even.
    Even so what one will fit like the gary fisher one or something for the AD10 because i want the AD10 over AD12.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DS1rider
    Even so what one will fit like the gary fisher one or something for the AD10 because i want the AD10 over AD12.
    Fisher?

    All you need is your current shock's eye-to-eye length (165mm?) and stroke (1.2"? 1.5"?). Cane Creek should be able to help you out. Theyv'e got data on lots of bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedüb Nate
    If the AD12 fits, so does the AD10. Same bushings even.
    http://www.canecreek.com/site/produc...fitment/g.html
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    thanks

    yeah i looked at that site but they have it for the AD12 and C9 and they both fit but they dont have it for the AD10.anyways when i took the stock coil shock out and measured it from eye to eye it came out to 182mm. Ive been looking like a madman on websites trying to find stats on the AD10 shock like the Fisher or Joshua......
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    The Joshua's used 160 and 165 at various points in its history, I believe with 1.2" strokes (I could be wrong on this one, but I owned '96 & '99 Joshuas with an AD10 and I'm pretty certain of the shorter stroke length).

    If you're in the 180 to 185 eye-to-eye range you'll almost certainly need at least a 1.5" stroke.

    Cane Creek has a custom order form and will build AD12's in any length you want, I believe in 5mm increments. But seeing as how you're pretty set on an AD10, this doesn't do you much good.

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    yea but

    yeah but looky here i found this on their tech section of the website http://www.canecreek.com/site/produc...f/ad10_man.pdf it says that they come in 185mm and the last and biggest one is 200mm so i emailed them and asked them which one would fit my bike specifications wise like measurements and crap (fisher , joshua etc.)
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