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Old 04-28-05, 07:50 AM
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FBM CB4K's

ya i justbent my fork's dropouts to the point where the wheel wont come off... and i need a new fork..... has anyone had any trouble with the FBM CB4K'S **********?? i like them alot....what about the Pitchfork LT**********? i also heard that the odyssey forks snap in half is this true...???
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You only need one question mark per question, guy.

And the Odyssey forks don't snap in half; I rode the Dirt forks from 2000 until 2004, with no problems, and I've had the Race forks for a year now, and they've only got a small dent in them.
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my friend bent his oddyessy forks sightly, but not to badly, he sent em back and they are sending him new ones, so there pretty good about there warranty.
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Originally Posted by lunchbox
my friend bent his oddyessy forks sightly, but not to badly, he sent em back and they are sending him new ones, so there pretty good about there warranty.
is your freind a big guy or a little guy ......im like.....160 lbs...
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Originally Posted by lunchbox
my friend bent his oddyessy forks sightly
HOW?
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Originally Posted by JMC
HOW?

Went to do i turn down over a spine, and cliped his ankle on the coping and and the bike hit it as well.
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Originally Posted by KinetikBiker04
is your freind a big guy or a little guy ......im like.....160 lbs...
He's like 6ft4, and probably weighs around what you do.
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ouch. & the ankel?
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Originally Posted by JMC
ouch. & the ankel?
he thought he broke it, but went to the doctor and it was severly sprained, he couldn't ride for 2 weeks, last time i went riding he bought a pair of forks from my friend to hold him over while he sent his oddy forks back.
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Originally Posted by lunchbox
my friend bent his oddyessy forks sightly, but not to badly, he sent em back and they are sending him new ones, so there pretty good about there warranty.
do you know anyting about the warranty like is it really a LIFETIME or a certain amount of years???
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Originally Posted by KinetikBiker04
do you know anyting about the warranty like is it really a LIFETIME or a certain amount of years???
I'm not sure on that, i can ask him, But he knows a guy who works at oddy, and thats who he talked to about his problem.
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The Odyssey warranty is a lifetime warranty, just like on the S&M Pitchforks.
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some things have 1000 year warranties.
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Originally Posted by queensrider86
some things have 1000 year warranties.

that was a deal on the S&M pitchfork like a year ago and its over now........
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Originally Posted by queensrider86
some things have 1000 year warranties.
Yeah, more like a joke then anything.
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if your having problems bending forks, then get oddy dirts. I've seen first hand a black bike's headtube nearly rip all the way off and the dirt forks were not even bent.
you can look at that as a good or bad thing, some people would rather bend forks than break frames, but it shows how strong the 41 thermal process make the metal.
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are you talking about the Race Forks or the Dirt Forks...
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the cb4k's are nice. so are the ody races. i ride them both, and ive had them both for about 2 years. no problems as of yet.
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Originally Posted by bmxrdr88
the cb4k's are nice. so are the ody races. i ride them both, and ive had them both for about 2 years. no problems as of yet.

how do you ride two forks on one bike..(that amazing)....or do you have two bikes?
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