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Thread: F/S OutFrront Glide suspension with 4in casters **single sided fork**

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    F/S OutFrront Glide suspension with 4in casters **single sided fork**

    used for year, Came of my TiLite Aero Z, have some scuffs (see pics), these retail for around $550 plus casters, i'm asking $300 shipped for the set with casters. Paypayl only, shipping to US48




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    I can be interested in, if they fit my ZRA-1 without having to change my settings. But my casters are 5"...<br>- is there enough room for 5" casters ?<br>- what is the total heigh (from the top of the fork to the ground) with your 4" ?<br>Thanks for the measurements. If you can give them in metric size it will be better <br>
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    are you in England? sorry i only ship to US 48

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    I'm French. But don't worry about shipping, if we make the deal (and if you are OK of course) I'll give you an US adress to ship to, called Borderlinx, and these guys will ship oversea. It works fine.
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    I am considering getting them instead of Frog legs on a new chair, how did you like them?

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    One thing to keep in mind is these are around 2" taller than standard forks (tilite, frog legs, etc.), with the same size casters. Therefore they will raise your front seat to floor height by 2". I had this issue when swapping from these forks to froglegs and had to have some aluminum extensions made to keep my dimensions the same, since the froglegs are shorter.
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    Thanks Brad

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    Hi Noobis,
    What about this deal ?
    Anyway even if you don't want to go further, this measure (height of your fork, from bearing housing to the ground) can help me to know if this upgrade can work...

    edit: FYI, I've already bought some stuff to guys on this forum. Nobody has complained.
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    best i could do



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    Nice ! And maybe I'll give up, you are at 7,5" and on my ZRA i read 6". It's doable if I swap my 5" casters to 4", and I'm not sure I want to do... Bad luck.
    Thanks for your time.
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