Hey there, rgillespie.
This is the link:
The thing is that the site has no contact info on it except for a message saying that they are upgrading their online purchasing system and will be up shortly. That was a month ago with no change. There is no Phone number on their site.
My Manitou 2 has 2 red 1.5", then a .75" elastomer in the lower tube. I found the "melted" blue bumper in the upper tube before the bole went on. I'm assume there was a bumper there, so the sequence (starting from the bottom - up) would be:
1.5" --> 1.5" --> .75" --> [insert upper tube] --> .75" (Blue was melted) --> bolt thru and tighten.
I don't know if this place sells just the .75" adjustment bumpers or the long 1.5" ones as well.
If you do get ahold of them can you let me know? I bought a RS reba to replace the M2 and the shop mech warned me about possible stress fracturing on the head tube due to the change in geometry. I ended up buying a new bike (2008 Trek Fuel EX8), but I'm not giving up on the M2. now I just have to get rid of the RS Reba Fork to pay for the new bike.
I had an idea. Tell me if this is viable in terms of structural and not performance. I was thinking about making the M2 into a rigid fork by removing the elastomers and having a machinist make an aluminum spacer with a thru hole and bolt the assembly together. I may have to get a longer bolt, but I think that would be easy. Since I've already got a new ride, I'm gonna keep my old bike around as a tool around town bike or if I have guests who want to go out riding. The bike will still look cool with the M2 installed, but it'll be rigid.