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Old 03-26-08, 06:16 AM
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Zaskar24
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Originally Posted by green814 View Post
Zask: My '96 Stumpjumper originally had a Judy XC 63mm fork. I replaced it late '98 with a Manitou SX-TI 80mm fork. I have never really noticed a difference. I did get out of major trail riding for a few years ( , I know! ), but the bike still seems to handle very well. Though I have considered a new Sid fork set at 63mm to see if it matters.

Chris
Chris,
Thanks for the reply. Right now I am looking at doing any uprades to the fork in the fall at the earliest because all my extra cash is tied up in finishing my Moots build. That and I'm hoping I'll be able to get a good deal on an '08 as people get the '09 forks in stock. If you do go to a SID set at 63mm let me know if you do feel any difference in handling.

Scott
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