U-turn adjustable 80-125mm travel, 4.1lbs, Pure Damping.
Submitted by Sadoldsamurai - 10/31/2010 2:52:45 PM
Bought cheap on e-bay..
With the maxle type axle it was nice an stiff..and very supple..
Nice action, seemed fairly strong..bomb proof..but the maxle came out somewhere in the muddy cheviots, can I get a spare..anywhere..absolutley not so now I have a u/s fork!
The ''tullio'' Q/R is no longer available
Yes I would recommend it to a friend
Submitted by Hoverboy26 - 3/4/2008 12:51:51 AM
Very adjustable, and adapts quickly to new trails with just a few turns on the adjusters. Plush, takes 3-5 drops as well as the little bumps.
Hard to find a fault on this one-I guess it could be a tiuch lighter.
I'm using this on my Trek Fuel 80, it replaces the Rock Shox Pilot SL. That shock was noisy and inconsistant. Better that an entry level suspension for, but not by much. This fork is so adjustable, I love it. A couple turns, and the travel goes from 80mm-125mm. The lockout feature it nice, too. Great fork, get one if you need a great XC fork.
No I would not recommend it to a friend
Submitted by 24_bike - 2/6/2006 2:07:21 PM
The Cost is low.. Very good fork, but not for the DH, its recommended for Freeride. DO NOT use it too hard.. Mine as broke
Leek oils after a few monts.. Makes few noise, But its good. You have to take care of it. Unless, it'll broke
I recommended it for XC or mountain bikes. Don't use it too hard.. Or be safe.
But it's a real good fork! Not to costy, and big quality