I just picked up an SC32 for a good price. Do I need the 29er spacers installed when running an Endo?
Cool. The fork I bought already has them installed, so it looks like I'm set. Thanks!nolan17 said:Yes you should because a 26'' wheel with an Endo is actually close to 29''. I just measured mine and it is about 28 3/4'' on my Echo 46mm rim. I put them in on my DUC32 so the tire wouldn't rub when the fork is fully compressed. They aren't very expensive and not too hard to put in, also it is for your own safety so you don't go over the bars at speed.
Yeah. Actually, your ebay heads-up regarding the hub the other day is what enabled me to find and pick up a new SC32 for $228.51! Sweet! Now, I need to be patient and pick up a wheel/hub for cheap.Dr Feelygood ! said:Good Result :thumbsup:
Hey that`s great! Excellent price toobaker said:Yeah. Actually, your ebay heads-up regarding the hub the other day is what enabled me to find and pick up a new SC32 for $228.51! Sweet! Now, I need to be patient and pick up a wheel/hub for cheap.
I'm expecting the fork to significantly help with tracked/refrozen snow. My lame elbows don't do so well with rigid on that kind of surface.Dr Feelygood ! said:Baker, another good result on the wheelset :thumbsup:
I have never felt the urge to go back to a rigid fork since I got the Mav on.
I agree with Ward, it has saved my a$$ on more than one occasion, and improves the sand biking experience significantley.