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Old 05-08-03, 01:28 PM   #1
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Full Suspension Designs

Hello, I recently was looking at designs and have some questions. How does the FSR design compare to the 3D Link design of Rocky Mountain bikes? I have heard that the FSR is good at climbing howvere nothing about the 3D link. And does anyone know where I can find out how much travel a Rocky Mountain Carve has? Its not on their site. Thanks
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http://www.specialized.com/sbc4Bar.j...&xsrc=2495&a=b


The carve has like 4" or something....
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Get on the site...look up your nearest authorized dealer and rap with them on the phone. That's the BEST way to get the low down on a rig...9 times out of 10 they'll even let you take it out for a spin.

http://www.rocky-mountain.com/dealer...y=USA&state=NJ

http://www.specialized.com/SBCDealerLocator.jsp?loc=

I'd NEVER buy any bike without a test drive!
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