are the Skavenger Flat Iron forks good for trails?

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3/29/2012 10:53 AM

what do you guys think?

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3/29/2012 10:56 AM

yeah id say so, they sound solid and 35mm offset

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I put my spoke in her while I twisted her nipple.

3/29/2012 11:09 AM

metalheadification wrote:

yeah id say so, they sound solid and 35mm offset

Skavenger is street but im think these whill be great for dirt.

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3/29/2012 11:11 AM

metalheadification wrote:

yeah id say so, they sound solid and 35mm offset

kevinstreetbiker wrote:

Skavenger is street but im think these whill be great for dirt.

yeah 35 offset is more dirt spec

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I put my spoke in her while I twisted her nipple.

3/29/2012 12:27 PM

metalheadification wrote:

yeah 35 offset is more dirt spec

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parkrat.

3/29/2012 1:02 PM

skavenger is a street brand , im dont get why they make forks with 35 mm offset more for dirt

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3/29/2012 1:52 PM

kevinstreetbiker wrote:

skavenger is a street brand , im dont get why they make forks with 35 mm offset more for dirt

it doesnt really matter, 35 offset would be better for stair drops but its equally good for dirt, and theyre solid so id say get em

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I put my spoke in her while I twisted her nipple.

3/30/2012 8:08 AM

kevinstreetbiker wrote:

skavenger is a street brand , im dont get why they make forks with 35 mm offset more for dirt

metalheadification wrote:

it doesnt really matter, 35 offset would be better for stair drops but its equally good for dirt, and theyre solid so id say get em

yea maybe but a 35 offset is supper hard to do nose balance tricks , im never should buy then for tech street.
but im gonna get em for my dirt , dropouts looks bomb proof.shocked

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