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rockcrusher said:
I have the same set up with a z150 and I love it. It is a little quicker steering and does real nice X-ups.
Hey you can move your shuttle forward to get a slacker HT angle like mine... did you know that?
 

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That uncut steerer tube looks scary. I have seen this more and more: is it cool not to cut your steerer tube or something?
 

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Yeah, but I do a lot of technical climbing and trialsy stuff and prefer the steeper angles vs. more DH stability. I have tried it in the slacker position but it was to slow for tech (uphill) stuff. I would love it if I could have both settings for uphills and downhills, you know some quick adjust thing so I could just pop it slack for DH after cleanin' a hard tech climb.
 

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ezweave said:
That uncut steerer tube looks scary. I have seen this more and more: is it cool not to cut your steerer tube or something?
Would you cut your brand new fork right off the bat without finding out what you like for spacer stacks first?
 

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ezweave said:
That uncut steerer tube looks scary. I have seen this more and more: is it cool not to cut your steerer tube or something?
It is cut now.
 

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rockcrusher said:
Yeah, but I do a lot of technical climbing and trialsy stuff and prefer the steeper angles vs. more DH stability. I have tried it in the slacker position but it was to slow for tech (uphill) stuff. I would love it if I could have both settings for uphills and downhills, you know some quick adjust thing so I could just pop it slack for DH after cleanin' a hard tech climb.
So what is the axle to crown measurement on the Z150?

Sorry I looked it up it is 538mm.
 
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