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    nOOb now rOOkie
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    decent fork, heavy though

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    when you say heavy... how much? like how much is the diff? a pound?

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    It's a bit less than 6 pounds. Go for it! A new Dj1 costs twice that much.
    I'm out of things to say . . .

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    Its a good, tough fork. its not going to be as light as a Pike or Gold Label, but it wont be too bad. bombproof for street and dj tho

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    I wouldn't... not worth it in my opinion. that doesn't have the external compression adjustment, and it's a boat anchor. dirtyharry, you can't compare that to the new forks.
    You can get a brand new GoldLabel for just a bit more than that these days...
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    It weighs more than six pounds... It's really more like 7ish.

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    ok so pretty much i need a new fork.... ive been searching for info on what to buy but everyone always has just one more thing they want to do with them than street, so everyones throwing out names and makes left and right its hard to fallow... im BIG and need a strong fork JUST for street. (i hate dirt) not doing any big drops or crazy jumps just smooth park riding and some ********. HELP ME!

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    That DJ1 weighs a pound more than my dual crown downhill fork...
    "Man goes in the cage. Cage goes in the salsa. Shark's in the salsa - our shark! We're gonna need a bigger boat."

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    Oh wait, sorry, I'm thinking of the 2006 DJ1, not the 2005.
    I'm out of things to say . . .

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