What is your favourite STREET/DJ fork?

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What is your favourite STREET/DJ fork?
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Posted: Jul 5, 2008 at 18:05 Quote
rockymountianflow wrote:
mtbstreetrider wrote:
ninjatarian wrote:
i meant you haven't ridden many different forks, not dirt jam comps. try riding a gold label, DJ 1, argyle and even a pike then go back the the comps, you'll cringe
I weighed my friends 06 dirt jam comp and it weighs 4 pounds, the argyle weighs 5 pounds so the dirt jam is lighter
i know thats not right because my dirt jam was almost the same weight as my arygle
thats still pretty good though

Posted: Jul 5, 2008 at 18:07 Quote
06 z1 sport lowered to 55 mms

Posted: Jul 7, 2008 at 9:01 Quote
mtbstreetrider wrote:
sherbet wrote:
454 Pike air, or Fox float 36. The two best street forks out there.
my friends fox snapped after 1 month...

He snapped his Fox 36 riding street?

Posted: Jul 7, 2008 at 9:15 Quote
05 Manitou Sherman Jumper 110 TPC urban camo custom w/comre
ssion tpc dampning.

imo the best street/dj fork ever created.

the best feeling fork out there, very adjustable and very relyable.

other than that the RST Space is pretty sick

Posted: Jul 8, 2008 at 4:00 Quote
i like my argyle 302

Posted: Jul 8, 2008 at 4:04 Quote
Sorry, but this thread is just asking for arguements.

People will post THEIR favourite DJ fork, and give a few reasons why, then someone will disagree with them. It will cause a huge arguement quote-fest.

That said, Mine's my Argyle 409, for it's versatility and adjustability.

EDIT: I also liked my Pike 426 for street, I ran it at 95mm, and was real nice, but it was too plush for DJ for me, I run my Argyle's at around 200psi, and i'm like 155lbs. I Pump a lot, I use my argyle's as rigid, but a bit of suspension if i overshoot or whatever.

Posted: Jul 14, 2008 at 7:54 Quote
ill say pike and argyle but i am running on a dmr trailblade 2

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