Redline Device Forks Fork (discontinued)

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The Device fork is awesome.

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The Good:

Heat treated 4130 chromo.... nice welds and weighs about as much as a big gulp 33oz. Double butted legs and CNC machined steer tube with integrated race.... nice attention to detail.

The Bad:

Made in China.... No chrome option. Redline is no longer run by and for BMXers.... owned by a huge corporation that bought Diamond Back as well.

Overall Review:

These are as close to perfect as I could ever wish for. I've had mine for years and they have held up to tons of backflips and a few not so soft landings.

pretty good lasts long.

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The Good:

heavy (If you like heavy) will last you a long time if you don't try anything big

The Bad:

bent mine at a 45deg angle at half a year. are good for grinding but if you try anything else you are screwed

Overall Review:

will try and upload a photo of my old ones but over all a pretty good pair of forks, can last you are while if you are a beginner and i guess they would be great for dirt.

fork blows

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The Good:

its strong as hell. my friend has been riding one for about 2 1/2 years.

The Bad:

it so damn heavy

Overall Review:

it strong as hell but my friend bent both sides of the drop out outward

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This fork has a welded star nut inside which is a great and inexpensive alternative to Odyssey's new design. Its light (41 oz.) and very strong. It has taken a few very hard landings from me and the dropouts are still straight.

Specifications

Product Redline Device Forks Fork
Riding Type Freestyle
Wheel Size 20"
Steer Tube Construction
Leg Construction
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