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  • mattbilliard
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    Answer A. Don’t know about u turn

    Good forks btw

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Bottom line is u-turn was abandoned because apparently turning a dial is too hard, people would rather have a push-button fix even if it means the forks aren’t as good (dual position is fine if you just want a climbing mode, u-turn was a genuinely travel adjustable fork)

    me1tdown
    Member

    A

    Dual position is good for the climbs but the bike/forks feel super weird if I try and ride anything other than uphill at 120mm.

    Premier Icon jimmy
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    …when it says Dual position 120-150mm, does that mean:

    A. Either 120 or 150mm

    or

    B. Anywhere between 120 – 150mm ?

    I’m making a firm stab at A, but want to be sure.

    And if thats right, what happened to U-Turn? (Maybe the reason I’m asking because mine are gubbed due to not keeping air in one chamber….?)

    Premier Icon jimmy
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    This is disappointing, but thank you for the answers.

    Rich
    Member

    As an aside, your u-turn forks may well only need a service or new o-ring.

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