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    ti spring for ccdb

    just got my db for my nomad and was wondering where to find titanium spring for it since cane creek dosen't carry them any more. I'm 205# and malcolm set it up with 500# spring do I get the same spring rate in ti? any help please...

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    ok but was wondering if anyone changed from steel to ti and needed more or less in spring weight, i don't want to spend that kind of ching and find it's not right. thanks for the info...

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    yeppers

    except before you order the ti version why don't you ride it for a week or so and see if that spring is to your liking. ie. if your running high pre-load to get correct sag, but yeah same rating for steel and ti.

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    I get what your saying mate and yeh Ti and steel rates are the same

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    By the way D.S.P. Ti springs are the cheapest ive found other than the occassional ebay find.

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