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    Id riders in the UK

    Does anyone want an unused deraillier hanger- it won't fit my Moment so i don't need it anymore- if so get in touch.
    I've also got a- as new Swinger air 7.5" eye to eye that will fit straight on an Id- although i can't give that away- anyone interested?
    You can't make a racehorse out of a donkey, but you can make a fast donkey.

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    If you've still got it I wouldn't mind it as I think mine is bent slightly!

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    Hey, AMCH, what did you decide to purchase for the front of your Moment?

    Just curious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt-UK
    If you've still got it I wouldn't mind it as I think mine is bent slightly!

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    Matt-if you e-mail me your address i'll post it to you no problem.
    You can't make a racehorse out of a donkey, but you can make a fast donkey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad1433
    Hey, AMCH, what did you decide to purchase for the front of your Moment?

    Just curious...
    I decided to wait a while and keep riding my 36 van. At first i had vanilla 130 rlc's on it and although i think they're great i wanted something stronger and with a bit more travel. Then came the 36 talas which i could only set to be either too stiff or blow through it's travel, thats when i got the 36 van- which is just fantastic.
    The reason i posted on the shocks forum is that i wanted another fork thats a bit lighter and shorter for long pack rides or when the 36 is overkill- be easier if i could afford an Epiphany and have two diff. bikes, but you can see where all my money's gone!
    The fork i am waiting to have a look at is a Pace coil fork with adj. travel (upto 150mm) lockout and a bolt-through axle and i reckon it's gonna be about 4.5lb's- sounds good.
    You can't make a racehorse out of a donkey, but you can make a fast donkey.

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    Nice... I'm running the 36 Van too and love it. When I'm on a long climb I sometimes wish I could dial down the travel, but then I get to the top and head down the other side and all those thoughts just disappear.

    Let us know how you get on with the fork.

    Grant

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