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    06 Enduro S-works with Fox 40s?

    Could I do it? Would it hold together?

    I would reduce the travel to 6" on the 40s.

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    According to manual, yes.

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    I have seen it done with SX trails....it would be cool to see it done on an s-works
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZSpokes
    Could I do it? Would it hold together?

    I would reduce the travel to 6" on the 40s.
    Why? Do you have a 40 already?
    If not, why not just go with a Van 36? (lighter and better turning radius)

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    I have a new 40. I want to own one do it all bike not 2. I like jumps(small ones) and downhill. But my Demo 8 is overkill and my 04 130 enduro is a bit light. I was thinking this will give me a good compromise. And I may set the 40s at 6.5 or 7.

    Also everybody has 36s and I would like something different. The S-works frame im looking at is a team bike in a different colour that would suit the 40s well.

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    make sure you post up some pics of the finished product if you go through with it!
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