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Old April 27th 05, 02:11 AM
Roger Cortesi
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Default lockout levers

The other day I saw a bike (liquid 30 I think), with a spring loaded
lockout lever on the handlebars. The lockout lever on my Fuel Ex8 is a
little cumbersome and there have been a couple of time wishing I could
switch from lockout to full travel faster.

Anyone have experiance with spring loaded lockout levers? Who makes
them? Can I replace my current lever? Do I want to?


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