Well here is where the inside diameter of the head tube vs the outside diameter of the headset are going to be important.
Ask the seller to send pics of the other sides of the box so you can see the size info.Photo might helpView attachment 392514
If I had to roll the dice then the word 'original' to me says 1 1/8" straight steererPhoto might helpView attachment 392514
They are a very personal fit, knees and elbows are 2 items I will go and buy local usually.Any suggestions on elbow pads for general trail riding? I realise fit is the most important and a personal thing but looking to get something after my latest effort.
As ozzybmx said they are a personal fit type of thing, but I've been using Dakine Slayer knee and elbow "sleeves", i find them comfortable and I hardly know I'm wearing them. Made from special jizz that firms up on impact like that D30 stuff, so can be a little stiff when cold but once they warm up they conform to my arm really well.Any suggestions on elbow pads for general trail riding? I realise fit is the most important and a personal thing but looking to get something after my latest effort.
Cheers bro, glad to have it sort of confirmed.I reckon your suspicion is correct @safreek and they are just a bottom end fork. That doesn't mean they won't do a job...but not expect too much out of them.
Cheers bro, glad to have it sort of confirmed.
I guess if google can't help it means they must be shit
But they are good for a 5KW bike at 75kph with no pedalsBut if they are cheap and you just want to pedal to the shops on them...I'm sure they will do the job.
Thought I would try them out, don't laff but for 165 bucks plus post I thought I'd give them a crack. Saw someone selling the same fork on Facebook for 300.But they are good for a 5KW bike at 75kph with no pedals
These motorcycles (they aren't e-bikes) have bamboozled me good about this...that brand in particular is generally decked out with what appear to be MTB parts, mostly dh gear, but surely they outweigh and go faster than a mountain bike? It does also remind me of the pit bike thing from way way way back where low cc motos were being decked out with MTB forks etc.But they are good for a 5KW bike at 75kph with no pedals
Yeah but remember I used to xc with the 8 inch monster, 6kg that was.faaaark
I looked at that recently as an option, but the web site doesn't work properly and couldn't book in for a service.Anyone used MTB Suspension Works for a service? https://www.mtbsuspensionworks.com/
A mate lives nearby and needs a service so was thinking of using them.Website looks good but I’ve not heard of them before so looking for recommendations. Thanks!