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Posted by: wildbighitrider
Album: Imported Photos
Category: Freeride Shots
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that'd be cool

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RITALIN
RITALIN
17 years, 1 month ago
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no it wouldnt, why would u want a 8 pound single crown

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wildbighitrider
wildbighitrider
17 years, 1 month ago
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why would i care how heavy it is

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NeRo
NeRo
17 years, 1 month ago
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the steerer tube would snap so easily on that

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wildbighitrider
wildbighitrider
17 years, 1 month ago
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whatever they'd figure it out

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big_hit_biker
big_hit_biker
17 years, 1 month ago
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No, they wouldn't.

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Dantes-Inferno
Dantes-Inferno
17 years ago
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They definatly wouldnt figure it out.

What you think they made the 66 for?

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Patrick-Bateman
Patrick-Bateman
17 years ago
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> no it wouldnt, why would u want a 8 pound single crown

What do you think the first 66's were?

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big_hit_biker
big_hit_biker
17 years ago
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> To bad that photo is not real! As anyone can see, it has been digitally remastered … come on now kiddies.

That obviously went over your head.

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hard_core_biker
hard_core_biker
16 years, 12 months ago
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hmm, i say you should redo the pic and use the 3 bolt for the crown…looks kinda spindly…

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knowles
knowles
16 years, 7 months ago
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That completely destroys the whole purpose of a single crown fork

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coverider18
coverider18
15 years, 11 months ago
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just get a dual crown

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robholio
robholio
15 years, 9 months ago
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I'm sure the folks at Zoke could make a sweet single crown fork with 40mm stanchions like the Totem, but at this point it would be redundant. The current performance level and weight savings of the 66 makes the added weight of a "Monster Mono" unnecessary. They would need a complete redesign of the crown (likely a pressed fit), and would probably have to spec it as a 1.5" steer tube only for durability.

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Dantes-Inferno
Dantes-Inferno
14 years, 11 months ago
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I think the DJ3 weighs 8 lbs

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