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  1. Misc Components
    Hey all, I am looking for reviews. I need to replace my old (broken) Monarch RT (tune ML380) for a new shock and was looking for alternatives in about the same performace range. I found three shocks which I am deciding between and cost pretty much the same: Suntour Duair RC (M chamber) black...
  2. Shocks and Suspension
    Hi... I servis my Rock Shox Monarch RT M 2016 and then get out the shim stack thats drop me and now i dont know the order of that rings... Can anyone help me with this? I look for this order of the rings but i cant find it anywhere... Here is the picture before i drop it :( Thank you
  3. Misc Components
    RockShox announced the availability of its Monarch and Monarch Plus DebonAir shocks for select Trek and Specialized bikes. Treks have required a special 'trunnion' style mounting hole and Specialized bikes have non-standard shock mounts as well a their Autosag feature so using aftermarket...
  4. General Discussion
    Upgrade adds plushness to new and existing Monarch shocks RockShox Product Manager Jeremiah Boobar explains the advantages of the new DebonAir upgrades to the Monarch and Monarch Plus shocks. RockShox looks to add the same kind of responsiveness to their Monarch rear shock platform that's...
  5. Shocks and Suspension
    XLoc Full Sprint The XLoc Full Sprint is a single remote control that works hydraulically to simultaneously lock your front fork and rear shock with the push of a button. It's now simple to push the remote to lock the system and another push to open them back up. This will allow great instant...
  6. Shocks and Suspension
    RockShox Pike Fork The Pike is a complete new redesign for RockShox, and the All-Mountain fork will be available in 150mm and 160mm travel for the 26", 27.5" and 29" sizes (29er also gets 140mm), with tapered aluminum steerer and 15mm Maxle. The all-new chassis has 35mm stanchions, a highly...
  7. 27.5
    One of the most discussed topics at Intebike this year was the 650b slash 27.5 debate. Originally dubbed 650b by Kirk Pacenti (champion of the modern era tweener tire movement) it seems a lot of companies (especially American companies) are resisting the 650b terminology in favor of the more...
  8. Cannondale
    I am not very educated about rear shocks, so forgive my ignorance. I am currently running a Manitou Swinger 3 way (that came stock on the 05 Prophet 1000). I am looking to replace it with something more versatile and that will give me more options for lockout/pedal-bob reduction. I am using...
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