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Old 04-02-07, 10:35 AM   #1
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Rebuild or move on?

So it bascially comes down to whether or not I should get a complete overhaul of my fork or not. I purchased my 2003 MX comp/eta about 3-4 years ago and i have not done any maintence on it in this time. This fork has been babied and it is in mint condition. However, it is getting less responsive and is in need of a overhaul.

Should i give it what it deserves or move on to newer and better technology. Ive maybe ridden...1000km on it which is not much.
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take it apart.. clean everything.. and change the oil...
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