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damian
11-25-2003, 03:44 AM
Recently I been thinking of upgrading my bike but like usual I




WBC
11-25-2003, 04:09 AM
youre too small for a monsterT or a shiver. You'd get thrown around by it.

2000-2002 boxxers are fine forks. 2003 suck since the internals blew allll the time.

I'd recommend a 2004 SuperT or a 2000-2002 Boxxer and some time to learn how to rebuild it (very quick process).

damian
11-25-2003, 04:32 AM
You think so? A Monster is what, 3 pounds heavier, does that make a differance? I cant get a new fork, I don't have enough money for that, and I'm scared about getting a Boxxer, I don't like problems...The reason I want the Monster is because that thing ain't breaking, and its simple... I'm small but I'm not weak, which makes me confident that I can still throw it around.

Noodles
11-25-2003, 04:55 AM
i have a friend who is 145 pounds who rides a 45 pound super 8 with 2002 monsters and he can whip that thing around like NOTHING else, it's the rider not the bike, i say go for a big fork dont worry

Biking Fiend
11-25-2003, 05:02 AM
dude u get thrown around by the super t, if u get a monster t it willb e like a brand new driver behind the wheel of a ferrari, it will own him all around

Biking Fiend
11-25-2003, 05:03 AM
Originally posted by Noodles
i have a friend who is 145 pounds who rides a 45 pound super 8 with 2002 monsters and he can whip that thing around like NOTHING else, it's the rider not the bike, i say go for a big fork dont worry
i agree man, im 145 and ride a 56 lb a-line and i can toss it around like the shit dont stank, but if u seen the kids vid u can tell the bike drags him around

damian
11-25-2003, 05:10 AM
Originally posted by Pimpin' Fiend
dude u get thrown around by the super t, if u get a monster t it willb e like a brand new driver behind the wheel of a ferrari, it will own him all around


There you go, so in the end it makes no differance...now 3 pounds more will drag me down.