RST Alfalfa-Hill 2005 Front Shocks

Alfalfa-Hill

  • Crown: Double Crown Design
  • Crown Pitch: 138mm
  • Stanchion: 36mm Hard Anodized 7050 Aluminum
  • Spring System : Adjustable Open-Bath Hydraulic
  • Pre-Load Adjustment

User Reviews (3)

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G C   Weekend Warrior [Jan 20, 2007]
Strength:

This RST fork is just awesome: strong stanchions, simple yet effective rebound control, good spring strength for intermediate weighs (180-200), very tweakable and with a strong 20-mm through axle.

Weakness:

I weigh less that 180-200 lbs and struggled to find a lighter spring, but once I got it, the fork woks flawlessly

I know lots of people only buy Marzocchi, Roch Shox or Manitou; think out of the box, I've tried high-end RST forks in the 1990's and loved them, so once I got my hands on this, I really like it, way better than the Psylos. OBvioulsy a RST Sigma would have been incredible, but they are a bit hard to find.

Good fork for Freeride/DH. I've done some 4-6 feet jumps on it and it performs just right. Don't buy it for XC for it's got 180mm (7 inches) of travel and you'd be wobbling around with it.

Similar Products Used: Roch Shox Psylo, Rock Shox Judy, Noleen Chubby
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
yuifv moofid   Cross Country Rider [Mar 01, 2006]
Strength:

mena mena

Weakness:

do
doo do
do

who uses these forks. no body usaues rst they suck peee pee



I gave these forks some chilis cause I had to

Similar Products Used: nothing
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
1
pee poty dickhead   Downhiller [Apr 15, 2007]
Strength:

alot almost everything

Weakness:

nothing

there good hock if you stell them from some guys garage

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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