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Depending on the age, personal attachment, and value of the fork, you could have it rebuilt at you local bike shop. However with it being close to 20 years old you might be just as well suited to purchase an inexpensive replacement fork. You should be able to get something like a Suntour for a relatively inexpensive amount. You might check your local ...


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I would say that the position of the shock doesn't really matter. What matter is : The path of the wheel axis The shock dynamic (How the shock is compressed regarding the position of wheel) 1) The path of the wheel axis If the path is circular then the braking force will bend the suspension. If the center of this circle is lower than the front of ...


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The good folks at Bike Radar have already covered this in pretty good detail in a two part article: Part 1 and Part 2 There's also a chunky thread on the Pinkbike forums that has pictures and descriptions of loads of different setups: Pinkbike - Basic Full Suspension Types / Reference With Pictures In regards to price, it is not the suspension setup making ...



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