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SR Suntour CR9 Fork, 700C x 255mm, Black

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  • Magnesium lowers
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Product Description

  • Disc or Canti brake
  • 1900 grams

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 8 x 5 inches ; 7.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004TN2FHK
  • Item model number: CR-9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,012,960 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Thoi on June 25, 2011
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When my roommate said he wanted a bike, he insisted on getting suspension forks since he wanted the option of going off-roading. Wanting to get rid of my 700C cyclcocross frame, I decided I would scour the Internet for a 700C fork (with suspension). When searching for "suspension fork" I would mostly get forks for mountain bikes which took 26' tires. A 700C suspension fork is apparently very rare but the SR Suntour CR9 came through. Other more name brand suspension forks were about 2 times the cost at the local bike shop and online. This seemed to be the only 700C suspension fork I could find that was within his budget and comes in black or silver.

Installation: I had to purchase a Park Tool Threadless Tool Saw Guide and a 24T Hack Saw in order to but the 1 1/8" steerer to size. Remember when cutting to use some oil or liquid lube to make cutting a lot easier and extends the life of the saw blade as well. Installation of the crown race was made possible by a Park Tool Crown Race Setting tool. After that, installation was a cinch. One thing to note is that these take Cantilever or V-Brakes are have only one hold for the spring to latch into.

Ride quality: It rides pretty well. Similar to other suspension forks, this Suntour CR9 has a quick release to essentially turn off and on the suspension. While riding on a road, you don't necessarily need all the suspension so you turn the dial to "Lock" and the suspension is stiff. When you're about to hit the off-roading, simply turn the dial to "Open" and you're ready to rock on.

Overall: not much to complain about, its a cheap usable fork that came quickly from Amazon.com that has a suspension. It's a bit on the heavy side but hey, it's a suspension fork and made for mountain bikes, weight is usually not taken into consideration until you get to the higher end.
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Definitely worth the price. If you're looking for some shocks to put on a road/cross/hybrid, these are the ones for you. I'd give them a 5-star rating, but there is a problem. The adjustment tool that allows you to basically turn the shocks on/off or at a certain level doesn't work as well as I would have hoped. If you're turn them off completely, it seriously becomes more stiff than a full rigid fork. You'll notice even the slightest bump and it will be hard. Because of this, I almost always ride with my shock fully open unless I'm on 100% smooth pavement.

I got these specifically for my surly cross check. It's already a bike built for road and track and the tracks in my area (Fort Collins, CO) are pretty damn rocky and bumpy. I couldn't ride too much with a full rigid frame so I quickly looked for a shock and found this one. I am very pleased with my purchase.

I can't say much for the longevity yet, because I've only had them a couple months. But I've already put them through hell and it appears to be holding its own.
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