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Cane Creek DBinline shock.
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Time to start saving !http://m.pinkbike.com/news/the-story-of-cane-creeks-new-dbinline-shock.html
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I'm loving my cane creek coil  ;D and if this is anything like that it will be awesome. Think their products are great but only if your happy to spend the time  setting them up. Otherwise they probable seem worse than a very simple to set up alternatives from other companies like fox and rock shox.
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"Skid" Wrote:I'm loving my cane creek coil  ;D and if this is anything like that it will be awesome. Think their products are great but only if your happy to spend the time  setting them up. Otherwise they probable seem worse than a very simple to set up alternatives from other companies like fox and rock shox.

True, but they do give you a base tune for whatever frame you're putting it on and they say you may only need to adjust it 1 or 2 clicks to find an ideal set up.
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"Treehugger" Wrote:True, but they do give you a base tune for whatever frame you're putting it on and they say you may only need to adjust it 1 or 2 clicks to find an ideal set up.

agreed about the base setting being close to what you need, but then having four options to play with plus what air pressure to set. Like said i love the fact you can do this although it did take me a fair amount of head scratching and reading to work out what i was doing :B, but a lot of people are happy just to pick up their bike from the shop and don't even touch it after that and couldn't even tell you what air pressure is in it. all I'm saying is if your the latter cane creek probable aren't the best to choose.
If/when my shock brakes id look at buy one of these though.
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