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Old 08-28-04, 01:13 PM   #1
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crowns on suspension

whats the difference between a single crown and a double crown fork? where are the corwns located?which is better and why? thanks.
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A single crown fork has one lnk below the steerer tube that joins the two fork legs. A double crown fork has an additional link above the bicycle's head tube. One's stronger the other weighs less. Which one's better depends on how you use your bike.
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