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    Axle to crown for '99 Judy XC?

    I've been searching and searching, but keep coming up empty on this. I'm trying to find the axle to crown measurement for a 99 Judy XC 80mm travel fork. For an 80mm SID of the same vintage it's 451mm, and since the two forks shared parts, I believe it's the same for the Judy, but would love if someone could confirm that.

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    I got a 2001 Judy SL 80mm travel fork on my wife's bike...it should be the same as the '99 XC, I'll measure the A-C tonight

    PM me to remind me if no one else gets you that measurement

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker72
    I got a 2001 Judy SL 80mm travel fork on my wife's bike...it should be the same as the '99 XC, I'll measure the A-C tonight

    PM me to remind me if no one else gets you that measurement
    Thanks, I really appreciate it.

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    I measured ~455mm a-c on my 2001 Judy SL in the 80mm travel setting

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    Hey Guys. I was wondering if the mag21 crown (bolt on) will fit a modern SID. I saw this thread here and might give me a chance to convert my 1 inch steerer problem.

    With a Dremel Tool, anything is possible.

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    Here is the mag 21 I'm looking at on EBAY.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=180350465477

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    Sorry, the Mag used smaller diameter stanchions so that alone would not allow it to be used with SID lowers (either the 28mm or newer 32mm)

    The Judy used the same sized stanchions as the old SID so that is a possible Frankenfork

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    mtnbiker72. Thanks so much. That was the answer I was looking for.

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