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Post  kevo 2008-12-22, 09:33

Revelation Fork 426 coil 85-135mm (2008)

Used very good condition

Travel: 85-130mm, Travel Adjust: U-Turn 85-130mm
Weight: 1905g (4.2 lbs)
Spring: Coil, Spring Adjust: Change spring
Damping: Motion Control, Damping Adjust: External rebound, floodgate, compression and lockout
Lowers: Magnesium
Crown: F

Offers.....

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Post  Martin 2009-06-17, 14:42

Hi Kevo,

Are these sold? May be interested....
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Post  Little Gav 2009-06-25, 06:12

Martin,

I'm not sure these will be strong enough for you? I have heard British Rail are doing deals on lengths of old track, maybe we could weld something up more appropriate.

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Post  Martin 2009-06-29, 01:58

Oouch!!

Ok, so you may be right about not being strong enough.

They would be good for you though, they wind down to 85mm travell, you may find it will help with mounting and dismounting.

Laughing
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Post  Little Gav 2009-06-30, 06:07

Martin wrote:Oouch!!

Ok, so you may be right about not being strong enough.

They would be good for you though, they wind down to 85mm travell, you may find it will help with mounting and dismounting.

Laughing

Fair do's

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Post  Little Gav 2009-06-30, 06:09

Joking apart they are ace forks and would suit you well.

So Kevo,

Are they still for sale?
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Post  Martin 2009-06-30, 09:46

Despite my various episodes of inactivity due to forking issues I would have them again. They work a treat when looked after properly.
I'd worn to much metal away on the crown with the cables.

I've now got the '09 Air flavour with addition F1 technology clear film over the crown for protection, thanks to a little Virgin in my pocket. (that's a credit card by the way).
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