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Old October 28th, 2006, 02:19 PM   #1
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Default Mountain bike FOX Fork FS $200---SOLD---

I have an 03 Fox Talas RLC, has 90-125mm ext adj travel, 1 1/8 x 6.75" steerer tube.
Good condition, has a King Bearing race installed and an adapter for IS disc brake. I bought this as a back-up when my other fork was in for service.
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Old October 28th, 2006, 02:53 PM   #2
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any idea how many miles you put on it..what kinda abuse...ie cross country, downhill, etc..

also is it air or coil sprung..not sure from fox's site...

finally what kind of bike did you install it on..

i have to figure out if that steerer tube is long enough for my giant..

otherwise i am very intereted..pm inbound..
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oooopps, i didnt realize my girl was logged in when i wrote the above post and pm'ed you pucstopr:

please respond to Grifter rather than ams124..she doesnt need a new fork yet..to boot she doesnt weigh anywhere near 200lbs..
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does it need servicing?
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It's an air sprung fork, I bought it a few months ago and put maybe 150 miles on it. The Talas has the feel of a coil sprung fork. This is the 3rd or 4th Fox I've had and I don't care for anything else. It could use a basic service, basically a fluid change. The guy I bought it from last serviced it in March of this year. I have the shock pump and the manual for this fork.
The only reason I'm selling it is have since gone to a 29'er, hopefully Fox will make a 29'er fork???
It's was on a small framed ellsworth epiphany with a King Headset.
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