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Old 01-17-06, 12:49 PM
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Lost in the world of rear suspension.

Just finished building up my new KHS x904r frame. It's a full suspension XC bike. The rear shock that came on the bike is not the original, it is 2 seasons old - a rock shox SID race (no lockout)

I find that the shock is a little too spongy for my liking - I have always been a hardtail fan but finally made the switch due to a deal on the frame I couldn't pass up.

I want to sell the SID shock while it still has life in it and get something with lockout, preferably remote lockout, or possibly a platform shock which would match my front fork (fox f100x, platform)

I've been trying to figure out what shock would be best for me to buy, and I am LOST! I do strictly XC, and do some racing, so going fast is priority #1.

Any recommendations???

-Andrew
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Close out deal on a Fox
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