Mountain Biking - 2004 or 2005 Jr.T?
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10-15-05, 10:21 AM
On www.pricepoint.com, they have both the 2004 and 2005 Jr. t for the same price. I am ordering one of them today. What i want to know is if there is any difference between the two years of forks, an if there is, which is better. I noticed that the 2005 has a lower MSRP price than the 2004, and i also noticed that the dropouts are different. The 2005 only has 1 allen bolt on each side, and the 2004 has 2 on ech side. Is one weaker, or are they just totally different designs?
10-15-05, 10:59 AM
Exact same fork. The allen bolt with one dropout shouldn't be an issue if you tighten the axle properly. I would buy the cheapest. 2005 is being sold cheaper because the jrT SuperT etc... are obsolete. The technology in them is...well...old.
10-15-05, 11:54 AM
Nice, thanks for the help. I think im going to base my decision on graphics now.
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