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    White Brothers DT 1.2

    Does anyone have one of these or tried it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShooterMcGavinYo
    Does anyone have one of these or tried it?
    YES! no...

    I have a DT1.2 to install on my Hollowpoint MkIII but I'm still waiting on the fraggin spokes!!! So fer now it's only eye candy laying it its box.

    <img src="http://www.booboodog.net/images/dt12(1).jpg">
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    ah, well let me know how it is when you get the wheel together.

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    I know, I'm disappointed too...
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    anyone else?

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    Nice White idustries hub!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedub.Nate
    YES! no...

    I have a DT1.2 to install on my Hollowpoint MkIII but I'm still waiting on the fraggin spokes!!! So fer now it's only eye candy laying it its box.

    <img src="http://www.booboodog.net/images/dt12(1).jpg">

    That's sweet front hub. Do you have the rear White Industries hub to match? I really want to get a set but everytime I think I have enough saved up, the cash goes towards something else.

    I have a VT 1.3 not the DT 1.2. But also have the FR 1.5 with the same "down hill" damping as the DT. The DH damping system is much nicer than the XC cartridge in the VT fork. Otherwise, both are as stiff as heck with plenty of tire clearance for a 2.5 Trailbear tire. Actually the clearance seems the same as my 2004 Z150

    I still can't say it'll replace my 2002 Z1 FR or Z150 on overall performance but WB forks come close. I have the WB forks on the bikes I'm trying to keep the weight down on but the Zokes are on my bikes that are built without weight as an issue and ride a bit more aggressively.


    REEK

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    No...

    But they sure do make some fine lookin' forks.

    Nice pic.

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reek
    Do you have the rear White Industries hub to match?
    It was a tough choice, but for the rear I'm going with a Rohloff!
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