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    Smile HELP-i'm looking for best XC/AM fork

    Hi all,

    i'm looking for a fork which suit XC/AM category of riding.
    i'm looking a suggestion from these 3 brand only (rockshox, fox, marzocchi).
    no manitou.
    the lighter is better.
    btw, i'm gonna put this thing in a hardtail bike.

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    What kind of price range do you have in mind? Would you want coil or air?

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    hi,

    thank you for your reply,

    price range should be 300~400 USD.... Air shock.

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    I am also looking for the same kind of shock, so far i have narrowed it down to a few shocks made by marzocchi.

    MARZOCCHI MX PRO (LO)

    http://www.blueskycycling.com/produc...ro_LO_Fork.htm

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    Marzocchi - Bomber 44 TST2 2009

    http://greenfishsports.com/product/3...TST2-2009.html

    any opinions on these two?

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    I don't know how anyone can answer such a question without such information as:

    -What type of frame
    -desired travel range
    -riding weight
    -riding style
    -terrain conditions

    Saying "xc/am" means nothing. That could be anything from 80mm to 160mm, 9mm qr, or 20mm TA. Some 100mm in a2c height, on top of that. There's no such thing as "the best". There is "the best for your needs", needs, which we don't know.

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    -What type of frame - Marin bolinas ridge, Hard tail
    -desired travel range - 100mm + ?
    -riding weight - 200lbs
    -riding style - Commuting (Urban, curb jumps etc), Dirt trails, Drops/slopes
    -terrain conditions - Dirt, Mud, Wet, Winter, Summer, Roads... All
    Last edited by moderndrunkard; 06-25-2009 at 06:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerk_Chicken
    I don't know how anyone can answer such a question without such information as:

    -What type of frame
    -desired travel range
    -riding weight
    -riding style
    -terrain conditions

    Saying "xc/am" means nothing. That could be anything from 80mm to 160mm, 9mm qr, or 20mm TA. Some 100mm in a2c height, on top of that. There's no such thing as "the best". There is "the best for your needs", needs, which we don't know.

    -What type of frame -> Hardtail
    -desired travel range -> 80mm - 100mm
    -riding weight -> 165lbs
    -riding style -> Trail / Single Track / mountain climbing as well as decend ( no drop , small hop (1 feet) only )
    -terrain conditions -> Rooty / Gravel / Stone (river side) / hard soil

    axle -> 9mm qr (drop-off)
    brake post -> V brake

    Thanks a lot guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moderndrunkard
    I am also looking for the same kind of shock, so far i have narrowed it down to a few shocks made by marzocchi.

    MARZOCCHI MX PRO (LO)

    http://www.blueskycycling.com/produc...ro_LO_Fork.htm

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    Marzocchi - Bomber 44 TST2 2009

    http://greenfishsports.com/product/3...TST2-2009.html

    any opinions on these two?

    This one might suit my requirement. I'm gonna check review in MTBR, and also the availability in my town.. THANKS!!

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