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"El Whatever"
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Yes, you can...

The question is for how long???

It will last a while but eventually it will fail. Sooner or later an it can happen when you don't want it at all...

Not a good idea but there are some folks learning to drop who do it at their own expense. post '03 models are more sturdier than previous as they have this fluid form gussetting... but I'm not encouraging you to do so.

Get an old AC... it will not be far in price form that one you saw at pinkbike. The seller is selling you the fork. You can have a new Warp and a new Zoke fork for that price.
 

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Tater Like'um Bike Ridez!
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Juniors = bad

Bigair101 said:
Take a look at this. http://www.pinkbike.com/modules/buysell/?op=view&image=45342 The guy has a junior t on the warp. Could you do that or would it crack the frame?
Giant warns against anything other than a single crown on the Warp. There are plenty of good single crowns out there that'll match up with the Warp frame. You can get a 'Zoke Z1 w/ETA or a Sherman Firefly with the SPV and 90/130 travel adjust which'll both match up with the rear 5" nicely and you won't have to worry about suddenly finding yourself on a UNICYCLE mid-move! If you have to have that Jr-T then get a different bike to put it on. You'll save $$$ in the long run, and if you already have a Jr-T you can sell it and probly buy a NEW Warp and a NEW Sheman to put on it. lol

Sure if you DID put a JRr-T on a Warp it'd probly ride fine until you gave it a good "Squish" at which point you'd be learning the hard way that the Manufacturer knows the physical limits of the geometry and construction way better than most riders. Who wouldn't be happy with a Sherman Firefly anyway, especially if you get the white camo paint lol.
 
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