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April 27, 2021, 10:51 a.m. -  JVP

I'm on the same train. I replace tires more often than most people, service my pivots, lowers, and dampers a lot more often, use a torque wrench and plenty of anti-seize/loctite/grease, and ride other parts for years and years. To be fair, I'm a parts killer, so a lot of my stuff isn't truly old, but I run a lot of it till it dies. I used to also keep forks for years, but now sell after a year so they always have warranty coverage. Too many CSUs. Most other bike parts have gotten wickedly durable, so bring on the trail dual crowns! Hey Manitou, a DC Mezzer would be sweet! You did it back in the day with Sherman/Travis, do it again! It's really the last piece in the durability puzzle.

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