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    2004 Fox Vanilla RLC: Who has the best deal???

    I'd prefer new, if possible.

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    i've got a 2003 for 150.00
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    http://mtnhighcyclery.com has them for $445.

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    Price Point.........$429

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    Check 2005 for a tad more

    Quote Originally Posted by C88
    I'd prefer new, if possible.
    Perhaps instead of the 429 at pricepoint, ask Larry what he can get you a 2005 model for. Universal has them for 490 and as with Larry, no sales tax there. I'll be he can match Universal's prices anyway.

    If you are content with a 2004 and want to save a few bucks, definitely go with Larry at mtnhighcyclery over pricepoint. You will be happy you did. Not sure where you live but unless in Colorado, no sales tax.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoShizzle
    Perhaps instead of the 429 at pricepoint, ask Larry what he can get you a 2005 model for. Universal has them for 490 and as with Larry, no sales tax there. I'll be he can match Universal's prices anyway.

    If you are content with a 2004 and want to save a few bucks, definitely go with Larry at mtnhighcyclery over pricepoint. You will be happy you did. Not sure where you live but unless in Colorado, no sales tax.

    Cheers
    Thanks! Yeah, I'm doing $442 for the 05'.
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    Fox '05 Shocks?

    I've heard that the new fox 05's are The Bomb...much better than the 04's...where can I find info on this?

    And how can I determine how things will feel differently if I upgrade from a SID?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rapwithtom
    I've heard that the new fox 05's are The Bomb...much better than the 04's...where can I find info on this?

    And how can I determine how things will feel differently if I upgrade from a SID?
    You can read about the newest features of the Fox Forx here...

    http://www.singletrackworld.com/article.php?sid=1381

    The difference in steering percision between a SID and a Fox is night and day.
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