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Old 05-19-14, 04:49 PM
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Servicing Giant Boulder front suspension...

I have a 2005 Giant Boulder and the front suspension is starting to squeek.

Any manuals or instructions online that I can use to service it?

Thanks!
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Old 05-19-14, 06:01 PM
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Disregard...I figured it out.
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Originally Posted by VACaver
I have a 2005 Giant Boulder and the front suspension is starting to squeek.

Any manuals or instructions online that I can use to service it?

Thanks!
How's that Giant Boulder working for you? I recently found a Giant Boulder SE 2005 that I liked, and I'm thinking of getting (I currently have a Department Store bike). Any feedback about the Boulder?

Cheers!

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Originally Posted by TorSanorti
How's that Giant Boulder working for you? I recently found a Giant Boulder SE 2005 that I liked, and I'm thinking of getting (I currently have a Department Store bike). Any feedback about the Boulder?

Cheers!

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My Boulder has been a very good bike for me. I've not taken it on tough trails (I'm not into it) but mainly on rails-to-trails and never had a problem with it.
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Originally Posted by VACaver
My Boulder has been a very good bike for me. I've not taken it on tough trails (I'm not into it) but mainly on rails-to-trails and never had a problem with it.
Thanks for the Reply VACaver!

Sounds great, I think I'm going to buy it soon.

Check it out, it's almost as new

https://goo.gl/6jDiyG
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they bought a fork from someone else , its the who it was that is helpful in these questions

several fork making companies sell forks to the bike assembly part of the bike making company ..

there you need the parts spec sheet.
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