Cube AMS Comp vs Pro
Links to both:-
Cube AMS Comp – £1350
Cube AMS Pro – £1599Posted 7 years ago
Argh! I'm having a real dilemma between these two – they both have the same frame but different forks & rear shock.
I'm not a mtb beginner but I wouldn't quite call myself a novice yet… I was originally looking at hardtails but the look of the Cube Full sussers has sucked me in…. so, do you reckon the pro is worth the £250 extra for basically fox forks+shock over reba forks+manitou shock? (plus an slx chainset over deore)
Any help appreciated!Posted 7 years ago
fox forks are a piece of piss to setup and get running smoothly…..rockshox imo and experience are a real faff to get setup (due mainly to the positive and negative chambers)…others will tell you differently, but the fox are simple and you dont have to alter a thing on them once the psi is right……finding the right psi for the max travel on RS stuff and getting bump sensitivity etc is a right pain for me….again only my experience….id stick with fox now where i can in there future…..easy to use, simple to setup and you dont have to touch once they are set!Posted 7 years ago
Cheers, i'm getting mixed messages about the fox forks – some say they are simple to use maintain & others claim that they wear out quickly and need sending away for a service regularly (which I can't be arsded with!). Perhaps I need to go on some bike maintenance course, i'm a bit scared of serviced my own forks at the mo!
Cheers for the help.Posted 7 years ago
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