On the Yeti site they show measurements when using both a 130mm and a 160mm fork. So I would guess don't go over 160mm and don't go under 130mm.
Wish someone would comment on Pace forks, I never see them listed in the ads or reviewed by US magazines. Is this a European thing? I read Singletrack a lot and the Brits seem to love these forks.Egika said:Ok, thanks alot.
So I just ordered a Pace RC41 Fighter, that might perfectly fit the bike, since it is right inbetween the ride heights in Yeti's examples..
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Yes it does. Great looking (and unique) setup. In the US the Pace forks are pretty rare, so your 575 is the first one I've seen with a Pace.Egika said:And: It looks just great on the black Yeti
Thanks for the photo and I am looking forward to the review. Like I said, I read Singletrack all the time and these seem to be popular there. I bet it handles mud real well, that may be the last photo you have of your bike clean! I'm pretty sure I will want more travel down the road. How useful is the travel adjust for those of you who have it? Considered the Talas but I really need 2 more FS bikes (growing sons) and figure anything I take off the 575 will go on a "bike to be named later."Jdub said:Yes it does. Great looking (and unique) setup. In the US the Pace forks are pretty rare, so your 575 is the first one I've seen with a Pace.
Let us know how it is once it gets broken in and you get the setup dialed. The AM1 gets a lot of good reviews, so being able to compare it to the Pace should be helpful.
That fork looks good, but seems awful expensive at 539 British lbs! Thats just under $1000 US! Is it really worth that price?Egika said:Ya, it's a British company http://www.pacecycles.com/
The specs of the fork are impressive (mainly the weight!)
I will post some pictures and a report if I get mine (should be tomorrow).