Spinner Grind 2006 Front Shocks

Spinner Grind 2006 Front Shocks 

DESCRIPTION

  • 70mm Travel
  • 25.4mm Stanchion Tubes
  • One-piece aluminum lower
  • Ergonomic Preload Adjuster

USER REVIEWS

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[Feb 21, 2009]
iforgotmename
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Not a bad for even for a guy that weighs 225. Nice entry level fork...it has served me well. Going to keep it for winter riding to save my new "nice"fork.

Weakness:

None to speak of

Upgraded to a Rock Shox but I am still keeping my grind....just in case.Great fork no complaints...started giving me a small bit of trouble after being out for hours at 20 degree temps. But come on no one likes the cold.

Similar Products Used:

Never had a suspension fork before.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 13, 2008]
yan rnold
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

nice for cross country

Weakness:

broke on a three foot jump

piece of crap. It didn't last at all

Similar Products Used:

none

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1
VALUE
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3
[Jun 25, 2007]
Chris Landry
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

light weight, strong, travel isn't bad

Weakness:

travel

these forks aren't bad for a beginner, good for XC and some screwing around on jumps and stuff

Similar Products Used:

Marzocchi Drop Off Comps, MZ Comps, DJ 2's

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[May 02, 2007]
digger ballicker

Strength:

this fork freakin rocks awsome control did some dirt jumps held up awsome

Weakness:

low travel not a big problum

this fork rocks its strong fairly light weight can be used for more then XC no complaints

Similar Products Used:

..........

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Feb 21, 2007]
Daniel
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

It's an actual suspension. Not much maintanence needed if you don't care about the performance of the suspension.

Weakness:

Preload completely stumps new riders like me. Too stiff for me (I weight 180lbs). It seems to "fade" away right after it's taken from the shop and used. Information about this fork is difficult to find (on the internet, anyways).

It's only good for entry level riders who don't like tuning things or don't care about suspensions. For those of you looking for info on this "insync grind" fork, take a look at these links:

General Info: http://www.spinner-usa.com/sf_sport.html
Owners Manual: http://www.spinner-usa.com/ownersmanuals/2005_Grind_Manual.pdf

READ THESE LINKS ASAP IF YOU OWN THIS PROUDUCT! (and if you're new to mountain biking)

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jun 10, 2006]
Stefan
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Its a good fork for its price. Never maxed it out yet :)

Weakness:

Im not sure yet

Its not good for big drops

Similar Products Used:

rst

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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 25, 2006]
Anthony willetts
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

ummm cheap i guess, fairly responsive on the trail

Weakness:

preload is weak, short travel, bottom out easy expesicialy off drops 3+ foot

i hated these forks, they are crap for anything other then light XC or commuting and the preload broke off a 3 ft drop.....3FT!!!!!!, i would suggest sumthing like my current forks (SR Suntour XCR 100mm travel), much nicer feel and not too pricy!!

Similar Products Used:

none that compare

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
[Mar 22, 2006]
Eularino Pataro
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Low Price
No maintenance
Reasonable weight +-2.3Kg (for price paid of course!)

Weakness:

Spend more money and buy another!
No adjusment
Low impact absorption
No poplock

Spend more money and buy another!

Similar Products Used:

RST

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
[Dec 18, 2007]
Daniel
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

OEM(Original Equipment), cheap if it came on your bike. For commuting and EXTRA LIGHT XC (Cross Country) use.

Weakness:

EVERYTHING!!!

* crappy preload
* bad for mud, rain, etc.
* maintainence heavy, suspension "fades" after an hour of riding after lubrication/maintainence
* a bit heavy
* either too soft or too stiff

IF THIS COMES ON YOUR BIKE, replace it if you actually ride off-pavement. IT IS ONLY GOOD FOR SMOOTH PAVEMENT COMMUTING. If you purchased it separately, you wasted your money.

Any "true" mountain-biker should sell this fork ASAP. It will only lead to problems down the road. It is a POS.....

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RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
3
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