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    Baked Alaskan
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    Dec 2003

    some pics of Mav fork/frame contact

    Ok, some people have expressed concern about a DC fork hitting the frame, here are some pics of the bumpers in action. They hit at what can only be a thicker part of the downtube, right at the gusset. I still can't see anything catastrophic happening in a crash, but this is now the only frame and fork I have so it better hold up. After Tscheezy's stories of his attempts to dent his frame, I am very conrfident that it will be fine. If you're not, don't buy the Mav, ride the hell out of yours and be happy.

    p.s. Pete, better focus now?
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    Lay off the Levers
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    Dec 2003
    In the second picture, is that a reflection or a dent?

    Just kidding! Put that rock down!

    I'm much more interested in your thoughts on the damping. Any more input?
    Faster is better, even when it's not.

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