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Old 12-11-2012, 05:37 AM   #89
Rucksta
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Originally Posted by buls4evr View Post
I see a thread like this and always wonder why someone who would go to all the effort to change their forks would pick a 20 yr. old design for a replacement. May I suggest to anyone else doing this that USD MX forks are plentiful on the used market and already come with very stiff springs for MX jumps. They can be altered internally for length or travel ala flattrackers. Why not use those? DRZ forks are notorious for their many "needs".
Plus the rear end is still the weak spot with suspension performance (para or mono) and there is only so much to be gained upgrading the front end until the rear is addressed - even then there is only so much you can do with the rear.
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