It's a good idea to stay within the intended parameters for a few good reasons:hdparrish said:Doesn't the replacement fork also have to have the same travel as the original?
The Dart 1 has 100mm travel, and the Fox has 120mm.hdparrish said:Doesn't the replacement fork also have to have the same travel as the original?
I'm with Straz85 on this. Given how inexpensive a SR Suntour XCR LO fork is (under $100), I can't imagine putting a Fox fork on a Forge Sawback 5xx. No offense but even a modest hydraulic lock-out fork like the XCR is more in line with the rest of the Sawback's components while still being a HUGE step up from the craptastic Dart 1.Straz85 said:You're putting on a fork that's worth more than the bike, doesn't make sense IMO.