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    what fork on a scream...

    ok i know how u guys hate those posts about "what bike should i get", but i already have the frame in mind and im wonderin what fork i should really consider. I was considering either the sherman slider plus or the Jr. T. I'm not sure exactly as to what each one has over the other so if u guys could fill me in a bit that would be great. You can suggest others that i should look into. I was also thinkin about the 66 but i think its sold out where i want to get it for a discount.
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    Get a used super-t over the jr.t if you can. If not, get the slider over the jr.t
    I have ridden both, and while the slider + may not turn well, the jr.t hurts on rock gardens. And I rode snowshoe (all rocks) for 3 days w/ a jr.t My wrists hurt.
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    well assuming i know what your going to use the rig for, i would say get a used super T. i wouldn't get a slider or jr. T if you can help it. get either a used super T or maybe a used 888?

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    i have rode a super t and a 888 very nice forks
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    wtf double post
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    ya i have an 04 888r fork. feels great and can be adjusted so much for your pref.

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    DH40/888 or a 66 depending on single crown or dual crown preference. yet if your going to pair up a 888 or a 66 try and get a sub 06' model, so you can get the required height to rake out that head angle...

    remember you want a tall fork for that bike, unless of course the new 06' models have been tweaked to suit the new market...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scabrider
    a fuken super monster...
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    a fuken super monster...
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