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Old 11-30-04, 08:57 PM   #1
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Ayone know where to get a Pilot C fork?

My Trek4900 was stolen, but I love the Pilot C fork and want it for my new bike. It is not listed anywhere for sale. Does anyone know how to get one?

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Old 11-30-04, 10:39 PM   #2
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pilot u can get from anywhere but the c option means that it was stock with the bike
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The C designation means it's an OEM item only.

However, if you really liked your Pilot, you haven't ridden a really good fork.

Not to sound like a snob. O.k., I am one, but there are A LOT better forks on the market than the Pilot.

Especially this time of year when dealers are trying to get rid of last years inventory.

What's your budget?
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on a 2004 giant iguan, msrp 550
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on a 2004 giant iguan, msrp 550
I have the 03 Iguana, I replace my the OEM six sport with a Manitou Black super Air, 100/120.
I found it at greenfishsports.com, they have some really good prices.
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i agree with A2 ! i purchased a pilot sl for my hard rock pro and hated it i set it up according to my wait and it bounced all over the place took some air out and it was too soft.i hand all my worse fall during the time that for was installed. my favorates are forks withadjustable travel the rockshox psylo race (hardrock pro )and my newest baby the fox talas on my (stump jumper)
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