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I know this been dealt with a million times, but my oh my, my front forks are crap! Need new ones fast, is it really hard to find a good set of S4R forks? I would have thought there were plenty for sale :confused:
 

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Talked to him yesterday, unfortunately their sold.
 

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S2r's are the same just not tin coated, direct swap. Most ST adjustable sets fit also just taller and stickup from triple. Expand your search criteria and keep a vigil eye out you'll find something. ( or wait until winter and send yours out to traxxion or racetec.)
 

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2002 ST4s forks are nearly the same height as stock, fully adjustable, and have the TiN bling
 

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I have a set of ST4S with wilber springs for approx my weight on my hands from Allazurra, those just might be it :)
 

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i got a pair of S4R forks off ebay last week for $375. just jump on them when they get posted. the seller has them listed with a triple tree, so i just called the seller and bought the legs and they shipped em for free. seems like with some of this stuff, you just have to be diligent and a little aggressive/creative. :D
 

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i got a pair of S4R forks off ebay last week for $375. just jump on them when they get posted. the seller has them listed with a triple tree, so i just called the seller and bought the legs and they shipped em for free. seems like with some of this stuff, you just have to be diligent and a little aggressive/creative. :D
Very nice!!! Cherry sweet price too :D

Well, i've just made a deal with Allazerra and bought his ST4S forks with wilbers springs.....getting excited!!! :cool:
 
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