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    Kronos Ti Springs now available direct

    Kronos Titanium Springs are a must have for serious mountain bike enthusiasts. Nothing performs like our titanium | Kronos Titanium
    Use the the code "fbholiday" at checkout for an additional 10% off. First 25 orders get a pimp Kronos hat!

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    Can't find any contact info. on the web site. Looking for dimensions. Inside Diameter and free length for the respective weights. I need a 350" x 2.25" for my CCDB. They only list 2.5" in a 350 spring. Curious if the free length is too long to fit my shock (7.7/8" x 2.25"). Thanks for any info.

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    Never mind. found it here..

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    Will these fit a cane creek double barrel? Seems like a good price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bridgestone14 View Post
    Will these fit a cane creek double barrel? Seems like a good price.
    They do not cause the parameters ID (or I just haven't found)
    but this picture is encouraging:

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    Borodulin, Are you following me around? I do like that picture. I picked up a used RCS spring after lots of research and thought it would work, but no luck. If I could just get the measurement for the ID I would be happy...
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    Im not sure what size the CC shock takes. I know Kronos has several ID sizes available but only the standard (dsp, fox, marzocchi) size is on sale.

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    Not follow, of course. Just our interests randomly identical. At the moment I am also looking for a titanium spring on a CCDB.
    Unfortunately, the Kronos does not show the size of the ID..
    Last edited by borodulin; 12-09-2012 at 11:45 PM.

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    There are two ID's available, 36.3mm and 38mm. Which is the CCDB?
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    According the technical info from Cane Creek CCDB need a 36.3 mm ID and not less.
    38 mm is likely for RS Vivid.
    Last edited by borodulin; 01-09-2013 at 04:55 AM.

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    Then the standard spring should fit.

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    36,3mm ID is minimum for CCDB, anything less will cause rubbing to shock body if/when there´s some s*it between. 38mm is 1,5", used with Vivid / Romic / Avalanche shocks, but there`re several providers offering adapters for CCDB. So, both fits but 1.5" spring requires adapters. Mine are from K9 Industies, which also provides some Ti-springs and silly light steel ones.

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    Borodulin, I just bought a spring from Kronos, not sure how long it will take with the international shipping but I will let you know if it fits.
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    I got my spring and it fits great. I haven't got a ride on it yet, but I suspect I won't notice a difference. The spring is a little over 200gm lighter then the steel spring, and it looks cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bridgestone14 View Post
    Borodulin, I just bought a spring from Kronos, not sure how long it will take with the international shipping but I will let you know if it fits.
    Oh. Thanks..
    So, Kronos Ti + CCDB = perfect fit? No scratch?

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    I honestly haven't ridden it yet, it is cold and miserable here, probably not any worse than in Russia though. The spring slid on without a problem though.
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    Great, thanks..
    We have ice under the snow everywhere )

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    Hi, how long did shipping take?

    I really need a new spring before I box up my bike and leave for the Canary islands in 2.5 weeks time (Swiss based).

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    I think it was a week or so. They were pretty good with communication so just ask them, they should have a good idea how long it will take.
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    Thanks, appreciate that.

    I've dropped them a mail already telling them i need it before the 16th, so fingers crossed! :-)

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