yep......they all fit in the trash can the same .................. when you get the best forks like MarzocchiXSL_WiLL said:Are Manitou Stance Kingpin parts interchangeable with Sherman Slider parts? I basically want to drop a set of Sherman Slider internals into the Stance Kingpin shell (lowers, clamps, and stanchions). I will also replace the seals accordingly. Thanks.
AHAHAHHAHA.SHIVER ME TIMBERS said:yep......they all fit in the trash can the same .................. when you get the best forks like Marzocchi
Too bad I've trashed 3 Marzocchi forks in the past 2 years, and they denied me warranty on every single one. They either gave me a bullsh!t excuse or didn't even bother with an explanation. Sorry, but I'm pretty sure that ETA isn't supposed to activate and reduce the travel to like 3 inches after 5 minutes of riding. Dirtjumper II dropouts were cracked. Drop-Off Comp air valves in the top caps exploded out of it. None of those forks made it a full season. I had to ghetto rig them to work. I finally did fix the Drop-Off Comp after salvaging the parts from my old DJ. I wasn't exactly impressed by any of those forks either, and the z150 had HSCV dampening.SHIVER ME TIMBERS said:yep......they all fit in the trash can the same .................. when you get the best forks like Marzocchi
Once again...thats QR. I believe he wants the Hex Lock Axle.todd_freeride said:for the cost of putting all the sliders internals into the kingpin, you can buy the whole fork http://www.jensonusa.com/store/product/FK605A31-Manitou+Sherman+Slider+Plus+05.aspx
Why the air cap? I've knocked down 2 or 3 Shermans. The spring preload from the extra spring was enough to keep it nice and firm. I got a Firefly down to 65 mm, used the Jumper spring, had to trim it down a bit.kidwoo said:It won't work. The ID of the stanchions is different. I got an old firefly that I reduced the travel in and bougt a used stance static to get the air cap. They don't fit.