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    Knolly Delerium and a Boxxer ???

    Has anyone mounted a Boxxer on a Delerium T???

    The axle to crown of the Boxxer Team is the same as my 66ATA that I currently have mounted on the frame.

    I'm thinking of racing a couple of local DH's this summer, so I'm primarily after the superior dampening that the Boxxer has over the ATA. I'm not looking at it to hit any larger drops.

    Thoughts? Opinions? Other options?

    I'm running a DHX 5.0 with an upgraded 09 piston and the pro-pedal de-tuned. I'm about 170 pounds fully geared up.

    Thanks

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    Do it. if the a2c is the same then:
    1) you're geometry won't change
    2) you'll get an extra 20 mm or so of travel with the same a2c
    3) you're bike will look far better
    4) you're wallet will be severely lighter.
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    just be sure to set the boxxer to 178mm

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    Just remember to post picks and ride report or dont come back!

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    I've seen DT's mostly with 36's and Totems. I'd stick with that, but that's just me.
    Meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xterrain
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    really?

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