White Brothers Fluid 120 2008 Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 4.6 lbs

Product Description

  • Coil Sprung w/ external preload adjustment
  • Open oil bath damper
  • Alloy Steerer tube
  • Rebound and compression adjustments

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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by dirt elf a Downhiller from Wenatchee WA

    Date Reviewed: May 9, 2009

    Strengths:    very solid feel, stiff, simple, strong damping, open oil bath, all billet aluminum, light and efficient

    Weaknesses:    only 32mm stanctions, wish they were 35,36 its cool though

    Bottom Line:   
    great fork so far, seems to rip it up on everything...trail, 30ft gaps, dropins w/good tranny(remember,32mm stanctions). Quality USA Made

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    Favorite Trail:   Dirt

    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Price Paid:    $700.00

    Purchased At:   Full Circle Cycle

    Similar Products Used:   avalanche dh8,dh7, marzocchi 888,66,monster,shiver, stratos s8, rock shox domain 318

    Bike Setup:   turner rail, phil wood front and rear, acros, white bros fluid 120

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    Wait for the Reba 29er 120 or Go With the WB Fluid 135?

    I'm losing patience - now it sounds like the new Reba 29er might not be here until September. My Sultan is lusting for longer legs - Universal Cycles has the WB Fluid 135 on sale for $661 - sweet deal. Pros of the WB - 135mm vs 120mm, less money, available now, coil feel Cons - heavier than t ... Read More »

    Initial Impressions...and Comparison of WB 135 Fluid 29 Fork and Manitou 120 Fork.

    These are my initial impressions of the White Brothers Fluid 135 29'er fork. I will be running a direct comparison with the Manitou 120 as well. I need to get the WB run in and tuned up more first though ... :thumbsup: First thing I noticed was that this is quite a heavy fork compared to the Ma ... Read More »

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