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Old November 10th 05, 05:35 PM
StaceyJ
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Default bigger lawyer lips on the way?

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Why would you have to replace the forks or build new wheels to put in a
solid axle?


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I think he meant through-axle (like on Freeride/Downhill MTBs)

SYJ

 




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