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    Reba SL 29 vs Marzzochi 44 Micro Ti 29 vs Fox 32 Float Fit RLC with Kash

    I already pulled the trigger on the Reba SL 29 in 20mm t/a. I'm going to keep it no matter what as a back up or to use on a project bike just because I got it at a dang good price. Going to buy another 29 fork to use on my Cannondale Trial SL if I don't use the Reba SL. I know that the Fox is about $200-$300 more that the other two listed. I'm pretty happy with my 2 other Reba RLT's and my Marzocchi TST 29. Would it be worth spending the extra $$ for the Fox? I'm kinda digging the Marz 44 Micro Ti, but then again the Fox is looking good too. I think I would be saving about 1/2 pound witht he fox over the Marz. Looking for some input from the pros.
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    Going through a nightmare with fox and their service with the F29 FIT RLC 100, my opinion is stick with what you have and like.
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    I had a 2012 Fox RLC FIT Kashima fork (26er) and it was PLUSH!!!

    I'm currently riding a RS Reba SL 29er and I really like it but it's much stiffer than the fox even though I have the chamber pressures set for a more plush ride. The stiffness makes for great climbing, though.

    It's funny because I find myself periodically pushing down on the fork to make sure that it's not locked out. It climbs just as well unlocked as it does locked out. No bouncy-bouncy. I could detect bouncy-bouncy in the Fox fork while climbing if it was not locked out.

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