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  1. #1
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    ibis mojo hardtail

    Im converting my steel mojo into a singlespeed and am going to upgrade the front fork. Any body have 100's on theire mojo? I was told by Scott @ ibis this woud be okay. But Im still looking for any experiences with this set-up.

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    I'm not tried a fork that long on a SS. However, I like being out of the saddle on SS climbs, and unless the fork had some amazing anti-bob technology, I think I might get sea sick.
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    I would think that would make things pretty chopper'ed out.

    Besides, SS's are best done full rigid IMHO.
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    My 2000 Mojo is a singlespeed with a Fox RLT80 on it, and it handles very well. I wouldn't think 100mm would effect it too much, but I know the Mojos were designed to work with 80mm forks.

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    I made my old steel mojo into a ss, using a white ind eno hub. I did the rigid fork for a little bit but decided the heck with that and put a fox 80x on it. Works great on a ss bike, you can stand up and pedal away without all the pedal bob.

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