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Parker II Before and After

Post by Zenkem on Sun Jun 19, 2011 8:11 pm

So, I needed a new fork to build up my GT frame so I decided "what better time to upgrade my sons Parker". Not the one who lost my C'dale...he get's the GT!!!









This was a really nice install and it dropped 1.5lbs off the bike. My boy says the bike feels much faster....I told him I hope to see him on it more...we'll see...

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Post by spookyload on Sun Jun 19, 2011 8:49 pm

Did you keep the old fork? Always handy to have a spare to use when something dies. More importantly for me...handy to know who has the spare forks if something happens to mine!
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Post by Zenkem on Sun Jun 19, 2011 8:52 pm

spookyload wrote:Did you keep the old fork? Always handy to have a spare to use when something dies. More importantly for me...handy to know who has the spare forks if something happens to mine!

It's going on my GT frame...

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