I have a Ripley set up as beefy as it gets and itís great for xc and trail. Itís a little harsh when things get rocky/rough. I was wondering if it would be possible to tune in more compliance and less anti-squat with a simple redesign of the eccentric links?
Maybe a Trail/AM option on the links? Seems like it may be a reasonable option. Or is the DW design too sensitive to change just the links, without changing swingarm design, shock tune etc.? I see there is a new swinram coming for the HD retrofit so Ibis is willing to be flexible. Say a few hundy for AM links.
Or is a Ripley HD 140mm in the works as I canít imagine they would have the Ripley suspension design for only one bike? My old HD 160mm climbed almost as good as the HD 140mm so I imagine the proposed Ripley HD could climb nearly as well as the 120mm bike. Put me down for a large black please.
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