Spinner Eagle RLC 2008 Forks

DESCRIPTION

  • 30mm stanchion Tubes
  • One-piece Magnesium Lower
  • Push Button Lockout
  • Coil Spring
  • Rebound Cartridge system
  • One-piece Magnesium Lower leg
  • New Ergonomic Preload Adjuster
  • 90 or 120 mm Travel
  • Hydralic Damping System

USER REVIEWS

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[Feb 25, 2010]
Anonymous
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

all mountain, stiff, lots of travel, nice preload and rebound adjustments, lock out, great for heavier rider I weigh 240 and its perfect

Weakness:

heavy, I got this 2008 model on a new bike I bought in late 2009 so it had been sitting there for a while. It was very very firm and totally unresponsive on any little bumps, it sucked. But then I took it apart, cleaned out the old dried up sticky grease and relubed with Finish Line synthetic grease, and now I love it. I cant believe how great and plush it feels on the trail. Im not sure how good it would be for a light weight rider.

I thought this fork was a throw away from my new bike and that I would be buying a new one in 6 months. It rides so nice that now I cant justify a new fork. I will do my best to break it, but so far it looks like Im stuck with this for a while. Only problem was the factory grease

Similar Products Used:

rock shox, manitou, marzocchi, (xc - downhill)

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