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Information on forks/springers/shocks
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Thanks! So I understand that the trees are different because of te angle of the stem. And the fork legs only? Are these the same? Does anybody know the correct part numbers of the trees? Thanks again for your help.
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Just a note about trees. Don't confuse the numbers cast into trees as part numbers. They are not and can add to confusion. The only way to truly identify trees is by features such as already mentioned stem position, riser types, location of holes drilled, etc. Almost all will work on any application, but only some are correct for those applications.
The legs, leg internal parts, and lower sliders are the same 49-68. There are some very small casting differences which don't effect use. I think only the legs are different on the 69-71 models.