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    Cane Creek vs fox rp23 on enduro 29

    Interested in opinions between the cane creek and the rp23 as I have the choice of upgrading. Can anyone who has ridden both on the enduro 29 tell me a bit about the differences, I am interested to see how the cs switch effects climbing as well in comparison to the climb ctd on the rp23. Any thoughts appreciated.

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    No comparison needed, the CCDBAcs is a much better shock, but you have to been the kind that likes tinkering. They can suggest a base tune, but there are 2 more adjustments that you don't have on the Fox.
    For some people more isn't better. Think of Fox's CTD as rear shocks for dummies
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    I rode the Double Barrel at Outer bike on an Enduro and have to say it felt perfect.

    I have a S-works Stumpy FSR with brain that does not work as well. I also have had several Fox shocks on several Turners, I think the DB would have made every bike better.

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    Without question get the DBAir, you can make it feel anyway you like. With the Fox you are stuck with how it is setup good or bad.

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