Manitou R7 Pro 2013 Forks

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Product Description

  • Travel: 100mm
  • Spring: TS Air
  • Bottom Out; Rubber bumper
  • Steerer: 1.1/8” aluminium
  • Offset: 38.1

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Manitou R7 Pro travel

Can the R7 Pro 100mm be converted to 80mm travel via spacer removal similar to RockShox SID or are they two different forks? I am looking at one that is 100mm but I need 80mm for an old school hardtail.Read More »

Manitou R7 PRO vs MRD

I have decided to get a new Manitou R7 fork, but they have 2 versions; PRO and MRD. My cost difference would be $100 more for the MRD and I dont fully understand the differences. The MRD is lighter by .38lbs and uses "cartridge" for damping. Is it a big deal to have the cartridge? I dont know much ... Read More »

Manitou R7 Pro vs. Rock Shox Recon Silver TK??

I'm trying to decide between the Manitou R7 Pro and the Rock Shox Recon Silver TK. This will be used on a hard tail KHS frame casual trail riding, small jumps, etc. I'm leaning towards the slightly more expensive Manitou for 2 reasons: 1) Manitou is lighter (1620g compared to 2069g) 2) I've been u ... Read More »

Epicon vs Manitou R7 vs Minute Pro

Hi I currently have a SR suntour XCR hardtail, looking for a better fork, kinda tight on $$ but I am in China currently for work(stuff are cheap here) so I wonder to straight whack a Minute Pro 2013/2 (Is there any difference in the models based on year btw?) Or save my self some $$ and go with Epic ... Read More »

Manitou R7 PRO 120mm to 100mm conversion?

Hi guys, I am about buying a 2012 Manitou R7 PRO 120mm fork and am confused if this fork is convertible into a 100mm one. Could anyone clarify the question with the travel adjusting? I know the 100mm version of this fork has a spacer inside that reduces the travel to 80mm when installed on the bo ... Read More »

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