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    07 Dirt Jumper 1's

    Right does anyone know the weight of these?

    and if you use them how do they perform?
    thanks

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    heavy

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    found the weight, 2620g ... only 50g heavier than a 318 argyle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_uk
    found the weight, 2620g ... only 50g heavier than a 318 argyle
    I believe that is whithout the steerer. FYI I have had a couple DJ1's. I have an argyle 318 now and it is definetly lighter. You can tell right away.

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    The argyle is much lighter. If you want bombproof though the DJ series is pretty hard to break.


    Note: They have gotten lighter over the years though, they dropped their steel stanchions for alloy ones, they now have alloy steerers etc. But they are still heavier than all other dirt jumping forks AFAIK.

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    I run DJs on all my bikes (exc. BMX obviously) and I love m..

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    I have a DJ4 and it feels pretty light. The argyle is awesome though and i would reccomend that over the DJ1, i think it's a bit cheaper also.
    Dirt Jumping / Street / Park since June 21st, 2007

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    I already have argyle 318's on my current bike, fairly pleased with them apart from the annoying clicking noise they some times make, so im looking for a change on my new bike

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