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    anyone tried an 07 fox vanilla 32 fork yet?

    tell me all about it if you have

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    Just ordered one today,so i will let you know next week.

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    I just purchased the 07 Vanilla also

    Its on it's way to me next week.. So I am of no use to you right now. Here is some discussion on the Turner Forum. So far everything seems positive.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...07+fox+vanilla

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    Quote Originally Posted by 49flatfish
    Its on it's way to me next week.. So I am of no use to you right now. Here is some discussion on the Turner Forum. So far everything seems positive.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...07+fox+vanilla

    I'm afraid that would be the Intense forum...

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    I've got nearly a month on mine. It's great. No complaints other than the springs coming without the little sections of shrink wrap, resulting in some rattling.

    It's on my 5-Spot, and puts the front end just where I want it, seems a bit stiffer than the old version, with the same good damping. Not quite as burly or as sophisticated damping as the 36 Van on my RFX, but hey, it's a lot lighter and it cost about half what the 36 did!
    Whining is not a strategy.

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    Been riding it for 3 weeks now and I am not sure I can go back to air. 140 replaced my 100 on my Blur and and I could not be happier. I have alway run air forks, SID and FOX, and the 32 is much more smooth, stiffer and gives a giant confidence boost (at least going from 100 to 140). There was virtually no weight penalty and the entire range is usable...the stickers suck however and are now removed.

    Sorry if this isn't the info you were looking for...

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