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    Where to find a Rocco R?

    I asked my LBS to order me a Rocco R 6.5x1.5, and they're not sure whether they'll be able to locate one any time soon. I checked Jenson, and they're out too. Any idea where I could find one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorg
    I asked my LBS to order me a Rocco R 6.5x1.5, and they're not sure whether they'll be able to locate one any time soon. I checked Jenson, and they're out too. Any idea where I could find one?
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    the bird sings too late .... wait for the 08 model

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    the bird sings too late .... wait for the 08 model
    Not funny...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorg
    Not funny...
    i know the feeling all to well...

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    Thanks. I actually might get a great deal on a barely used RP23. So, is the RP23 much improved over the RP3 or should I just stick to my initial plan of getting a Rocco R?

    All opinions are welcome.
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    I don't know about the the Rocco, but I think the RP23 is a big improvement over the RP3

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    My Roco air rocks.... just as good as 06 DHX C !~!

    And, the DHX C was better than the RP23 in every respect including climbing.

    Be warned, the Roco Air likes air !~! Can you say lightweight freeride

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    My Roco air rocks.... just as good as 06 DHX C !~!

    And, the DHX C was better than the RP23 in every respect including climbing.

    Be warned, the Roco Air likes air !~! Can you say lightweight freeride
    About to pull the trigger. What size reducers do I need?
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    RP23 is better than the RP3, but not that much better than a Push'd RP3.....

    Your best bet would be to go with a CCDB, pure sex on toast...... Oh you want air shock my man, hear some ok stuff about the Rocco
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    Quote Originally Posted by zorg
    About to pull the trigger. What size reducers do I need?
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    Man, I can't make my mind up. I called Titus and talked to Jim. For the record, he was nice, patient and knowledgeable (big thumbs up). Based on our discussions, I'll start with getting the bigger air can for the RP3 and see how I like it.
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