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    Paid Spam: Avalanche Suspension products - Lyrik and AVA DHX for Chilcoltin

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    Avalanche Suspension - 170mm AVA Lyrik - AVA DHX - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories

    Hate to do this, but currently not using this fork and shock. If you want the best for your ride lets talk.

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    Too bad I just ordered a Woody and a Lyrik cartridge for my Chili.

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    Solid guy to buy from here guys. Don't hesitate!
    If jackasses could fly this place would be an airport.

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    does the shock get tuned from Avy for the rider weight and riding style? if so, what is the tune? Thanks.
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    Hate to do this, but currently not using this fork and shock. If you want the best for your ride lets talk.[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock dude View Post
    Too bad I just ordered a Woody and a Lyrik cartridge for my Chili.
    You're going to love it. That's going to be one bad ass Chili.

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    Yes, it does. I was 180-185 when I ordered the shock. I run a 450# spring. When I talk to Craig I told him about the terrain I ride: fast, rocky, stutter bumps, loose, plenty of climbs. I think Craig went with something between his AM/DH tune. I don't do big drops or drops to flat so that wasn't a concern.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F.N.G View Post
    does the shock get tuned from Avy for the rider weight and riding style? if so, what is the tune? Thanks.
    Mark






    Hate to do this, but currently not using this fork and shock. If you want the best for your ride lets talk.
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    G-Air, sent you a PM on this.

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    ^sent him a few PM's about purchasing the shock with no response, so good luck...I'm not sure what the deal is

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    He's always good about getting back to me, so I'm guessing maybe he's not getting his PM's.
    If jackasses could fly this place would be an airport.

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    I'm not sure either, Tim answered my first PM quite quickly and answered my questions. I thought about it for a few days and then decided I wanted to buy the shock so I responded and haven't received a response yet.

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    Sorry guys. I have been at work. I work 48 hour shifts and often times have limited access to Internet. Yesterday was one of those days.

    As of now PFarrell is buying the rear shock. He was the first to contact me with a serious offer. He just confirmed an hour ago. If things don't go through FAnderson is next in line followed by KinsticFear. Joerger

    The fork is still available.

    Once again, I apologize for the delay.

    Thanks
    Tim

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    It's hard to watch this fork sit in the corner. If any Knomers are interested hit me up with an offer. Fork is ready to go. Fresh oil and enduro seals.

    I can also get it out to knollyfest if anyone wants to give it a try.

    TG

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