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    Best Deals/Prices on Reba 120 W/Maxle?

    Anyone?

    Best I've seen so far is $550. Not that great a price to me, actually.
    There's so many different versions of this fork too. Confusing.
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    $370 shipped. I bought one of these and love the thing.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-09-ROCK-SHOX...item5ad47de487
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    sweet deal. thx for the info. i just ordered one.
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    Beware!

    I ordered from wheelandsprocketos and never received my fork.

    Good luck!
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    uh oh. never received it?! did you contact them? get your money back?
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    Huh. I got mine from W&S off eBay just fine. Quick ship, no issues.
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    yeah, i received a tracking number already. should be good to go.
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    tscheezy.

    so what's yours on? flux?
    what wheelset?
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    Yup, Flux

    King ISO 20mm front, King Universal rear, Mavic X317 (XC 717) disc rims, Wheelsmith butted spokes, brass nipples.

    Full specs here
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    oh nice!!!! i'd like to build a Flux, but i'm trying to keep this bike budget since i'm 1 bike too many over budget already.

    i dig that candy apple blue. my favorite frame color bar none!!

    any problems with the fork? est. mileage/hours on it?
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    The fork is super, no issues so far. I have only ridden the Flux since building it up. My other bikes are collecting dust. Not sure how many miles/hours (a month of a couple of 1-2 hour rides per week), but the performance and construction seem to be EXACTLY like my (now very old) dual air Pike, and the Pike has been flawless in every regard so I am optimistic. Smooth, tunable, durable, internals stay clean, no weird behavior, etc. I would almost venture to say the Reba is a tad smoother, but this is hard to back up since they use the same basic damper system and the rest of the fork is a close clone to the Pike.

    Anyway, I converted the Reba from the remote Poploc to a standard fork-top-knob via the spring unhook method, and things are great. This is a hard fork to beat in the travel class. The only improvement I can think of would be to give it that Zoke open-bath feel. Chassis and tuning wise, I give it high marks.
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