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Old 12-13-06, 05:38 PM   #1
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Old 12-13-06, 08:24 PM   #2
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Something by Fox. Looks like a fork.
Looks like an Eggbeater pedal.
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Deffinatly a fork.

And I agree with the pedal to.
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whoa, you eggies worth MSRP $300! its a EggBeater Twin TI, sweet (wish I could own such pedal), not sure bout you Fox though, could be Fox Float, Talas or Vanilla or Van. Hmm....
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I haven't kept up with the 2006 or 2007 Fox forks. What forks have black uppers?
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I haven't kept up with the 2006 or 2007 Fox forks. What forks have black uppers?
It's an 07.
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yeah, its a 07 Fox, but its not a F-series Fox, I believe It could be either Float, Talas, Vanilla or Van. Pedals are eggbeater twin TI
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yeah, its a 07 Fox, but its not a F-series Fox, I believe It could be either Float, Talas, Vanilla or Van. Pedals are eggbeater twin TI
Van is short for vanilla.
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Oic, I didn know that because on Fox website there is Vanilla and Van so Im like, hmm I never heard of Van before, oh well
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Oic, I didn know that because on Fox website there is Vanilla and Van so Im like, hmm I never heard of Van before, oh well
The Van is a part of the 36mm line-up. Likely not something erhan would be getting unless he is building a beefier bike!
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I kinda figured that out because he is using a EggBeater, which means it would be a XC/Trail and and maybe a All-Mountain bike. I dont think it would be a XC race bike because if not he will be using a Fox F-Series
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I kinda figured that out because he is using a EggBeater, which means it would be a XC/Trail and and maybe a All-Mountain bike. I dont think it would be a XC race bike because if not he will be using a Fox F-Series
Uh-oh...you can't build an XC race bike with any other Fox fork than the F-Series? I didn't know that...
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no, I mean that mose people will use a Fox F-Series on their race bike because that is what the F-series are designed for and it is lighter then other Foxes
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There's only a difference of a couple hundred grams between the F-Series and the Float...the bigger difference is the additional travel (80-100mm vs. 130-140mm).
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but isnt 130-140mm overkill for a XC race bike?
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Not if you're 66.
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whats 66?
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Oic, kay then , im 16
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He's more 40'ish....but he rocks hard
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He's more 40'ish....but he rocks hard
And I'm pretty sure he's got more than 140mm of travel...
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Looks tasty.
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yeah, its a 07 Fox, but its not a F-series Fox
Want to bet on that one?
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