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Q: hi! can i install an 180mm brake disc in a judy 3 fork without breaking it?

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  • Herminio F Pagay
    *****

    Great fork if you're on a budget, spend more money for the Recon Silver or Judy Gold, Manitou Markhor if you want something lighter

    Pros
    Air Fork for the same price of Judy Coil
    Adjustability of an Air Fork
    Boost Spacing for Plus Tires
    Duranble
    Looks Great

    Cons
    Not much lighter than coil fork

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  • MTB Crackfox
    ****

    If you are looking for a fork that works for mild to intermediate XC riding this fork works. If you are jumping and doing DH or some of the other things on the more extreme side, this is not your fork. If you can pick up one that was maintained well for check. It would be worth your money if your are looking that direction.

    Pros
    Affordable
    Reliable
    Endurance
    Great for Entry

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  • JacksPerson
    ***

    Get one if you need some bang for yer buck.

    Pros
    - easy to service
    - easy to find
    - comparatively inexpensive
    - nice smooth adjustment
    - can accept both brake types
    - Rock Shox quality, they make the best stuff!

    Cons
    - middle of the road movement

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  • dozzerboy
    **

    If you still have a v brake bike that you need a shorter fork for, find a used Judy and give it a go. They won't blow your mind with weight or funstionality but it will get the job done as long as your spring is correct for your weight.

    Pros
    Can be found for super cheap. Springs are easily replaced and servicing is simple.

    Cons
    Old design with narrow stanchions that don't provide a lot of torsional support.

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