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    What's your Zion's fork travel?

    I know they were designed around 80-100mm. I've got a 100mm on currently for a pretty laid back ride. I've got another 105mm fork that I'm considering. I know 5mm isn't much, but I'm a bit hesitant. What's everybody else running?

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    I'm running 100mm on my 660.

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    i am running an 80mm

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    00mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Muppet
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    Really? I find my rigid Zion fork has about 10-15mm of fore/aft travel (flex).
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    Quote Originally Posted by no one in particular
    Really? I find my rigid Zion fork has about 10-15mm of fore/aft travel (flex).
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    XC Psylo with U-turn running 110 mm...

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