Anyone try running a 130 mm fork on a Knolly Endo? Knolly's website says you can run between 130 and 160. Just got an Endo and going to try out the 130 mm fork off my previous bike. Trying to gauge if 140 or 150 will be the best allround travel. The new Fox Float 32 or 36 looks like a good fork, but obviously the travel is fixed. The TALAS 36 is 120 to 160, but both seem to be at the extreme ends for everyday trail riding. Looking for any thoughts on the matter.