- Please help sad Luddite.
rockshock u turn forks, if you use them wound down, knock.
clunk clunk they go.
its not a fault, and not a problem, its play in the U turn assembly, but if your going to go with rockshox go with some that are fixed at 120, or Maxium 120.
dont bother with 150s and just think “oh i’ll just run them wound down”
itl drive you nuts.
you COULD get some fixed travel ones, and a travel reducer kit, which would give you the benefit of stiffness from a 150, but with less travel. (and you can always swap out the travel reduction for a longer setup if you ever change your frame)Posted 7 years agotakisawa2Subscriber
U-Turn Revs. Crikey, they still havent sorted that clunking?
My 140mm’s clunk, but it stops if fully wound in or fully-out.
Its awful to ride with in between. Sounds bad.
If buying again I’d go the fixed rute & reduce internally.
It has come in handy though, I’ve de-commissioned my FS & built up an 100mm HT for the winter.
There was a video of a really bad example on the net.Posted 7 years agomarcMember
As seen on other threads, I’m a little behind with modern fangled technology 🙁
I’m looking to get some 120mm forks and am thinking ’09 Fox F120 or ’10 RS Rev Team 120/150mm based on the odd thread on t’interweb and current deals.
At 13.5 stone of toned muscle and being more into day rides than massive air; am I on the right lines?
TaPosted 7 years ago
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