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I been riding the fox for about 2 years now. Very happy with it. Only issue I have had was when I inlfated it to much, added an extra 50 psi on a mates advice. Soon started to hear a knocking noise. Problem got sorted by the agents. Had a Rock shox before my Fox and over inflated that with no issues.

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I been riding the fox for about 2 years now. Very happy with it. Only issue I have had was when I inlfated it to much, added an extra 50 psi on a mates advice. Soon started to hear a knocking noise. Problem got sorted by the agents. Had a Rock shox before my Fox and over inflated that with no issues.

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I'm riding a Rock Shox Reba Team. Best thing I have every done was to get that fork. Don't know the Fox but have a couple of buddies that love fox forks.

I do not think you can go wrong with either one. But I would again go for a Rock Shox.

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fox make the most reliable forks on the market.

I've been riding a fox for 5 years already.

 

Go for fox

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I have a FOX F series on my old bike and the RS Reba Race on my new baby. A bit like comparing pears and apples but the Fox seems to require servicing at more regular intervals than the RS. My fox didn't have lock-out and I heard that Fox's remote lockout is not as good as the RS remote lockout.

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Both are good. I have used both a lot. I recently got rid of one of my bikes and had to choose if I wanted to keep the RL100 or the Reba Race. This was a tough call. The RL100 weighs 100 gram less than the Reba. I kept the Reba.

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I use a F100 RLT. Never had problems.

On the other hand

But both would be equally good. Go for the cheaper one.

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