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    Using a heavier trick fork for everyday use

    Im getting a new frame and i wanted to get a trick fork (starfuckers fork), any disadvantages in doing so for day to day riding?

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    Out of fucking control heavymetal's Avatar
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    This should be in the trick forum.

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    HoW do i move it?

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    I'd say the only disadvantage is that you'd be able to barspin and do tricks.

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    sugarkane
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhys View Post
    I'd say the only disadvantage is that you'd be able to barspin and do tricks.
    hahaah +1

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    you cant run more that a 28c tyre if thats what your into.

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    is it uncomfortable to ride cos its heavy?

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    No, the only potential problem will be awkward commuting geometry.

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    My daily commute is 20km each way on a Charge Freestyler. The Charge geo is ok because the frame is designed around the fork but the extra weight is noticeable.

    What frame are you putting the starfacker forks on?

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    gorilla zengang, should be alrite... i think

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