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    Yet one more "Are these any good?" Fork.

    http://www.teamcyclist.com/store/Mar...ETA_P14239.cfm

    Besides the 5.7# weight and the color opinions needed. Man I'd have to paint that thing.

    Being a 2007 I'm skeptical but it is a RC2.

    I'm still leaning to one of the Fox 36 but after the cost of ownership?
    I was not happy owning a float rear shock.

    Thanks!

    ( Build should be posted in 2-8 weeks. Depending on fork cost. That's the last of it.)

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    That is a good fork, but not at that price.

    Sorry if I missed it, but for what bike are you fork shopping?
    Nick.

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    Check eBay

    Nick is right - too much money for that fork even though it is probably the last of the good Italian builds. Check eBay and mtbr classifieds - probably can do better.
    The reason dogs have so many friends is that they wag their tail instead of their tongues.

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    I was wondering about the price when comparing it with what I thought the rgular z150 was.
    Thanks!

    Looking to finish my 24" wheeled Sultan.
    Jusk kidding, the bike is not to be disclosed at the moment.
    I'm looking for a 150 to 160mm fork.
    It is a brand new Turner. It's killing me looking at it every day.
    (in a good way)
    Trying to wait for the money for a new fork but if I get a used one I can build as soon as parts arrive.

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