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Old 05-01-07, 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Pete ***erlin
I don't reduce my fork's travel for technical climbing.
To each their own. I'm not really flying up the climbs anyway, so on grindy rocky climbs I like dropping the front end a few inches rather than having to lift the front end the same amount to get it up and over rocks and roots.

I like the feature quite a bit, and I'm usually in the "set it and forget it" camp when it comes to suspension. Maybe it comes down to the fact that it's a big ol' flipper/knob that only has on and off positions. I rode rockshox forks with Uturn prior to this, and I almost never touched the travel adjustment knobs because they were impractical on the trail.
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