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    A brand new 2001 Manitou Mars Elite

    Clunks. It's super light though.
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    VRC factor: .00001%
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    I suppose the true figure is much lower.
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    but it's a bike part! and a bike! and a picture!

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    I had one of those on my Jamis Dragon back in the day. For as little travel as it had mine was super plush (back in the day plush).

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    Profile says he started riding in 1987. So he knows the difference between old and vintage.
    Just another guy selling his stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uphiller
    Profile says he started riding in 1987. So he knows the difference between old and vintage.

    Umm ya

    Just another guy selling his stuff.
    Umm no
    Round and round we go

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    How'd the mongoose build turn out?
    Anything else in the works?
    President? I wouldn't think that low of you LOL
    Round and round we go

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    So, you're saying your fork is new (but used), sucks (clunks), isn't vintage (at just 10 years old, it's DQ'd), but it's light...and it's attached to a TreKlein.

    Well, at least it's light - you know what light stuff that sucks usually does? It get chucked out before it has the chance to be called vintage.

    Sadly, you have an old defective fork - good luck with the sale!

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    why do yall think he's selling it.........and who cares?!

    that said, looks like a weak fork.....and is that a girl's bike? Lol

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