I think I even shared that I went through 3 forks myself that year and one of them came so absolutely messed up mechanically from the factory I had to overnight mail it back to Boobar directly (and I was a paying customer just like everyone else).
Aside from a public flogging I'd say that amounted to admitting wrong. That was 3 years ago, I've moved on.
However, that production run aside, I'll stand by the claim that 90% of the problems people complain about with their Boxxer (from 98-2012) can be avoided with extremely simple maintenance. It's never been a very good set-it-and-forget-it fork, and that's a significant issue for anyone who doesn't feel compelled or confident in taking care of it. Hands down I think that's the biggest negative going for it, but might as well call it is instead of inventing some other problem.
PS, Dave, your recent posts make you sound like a twat.
cool story bro
I am sorry for all the tears I caused the internet today.
UDI hopefully my description on the last page helped before this thread went back to ****.
Sweet Baby Jesus.
I leave you people alone for a week, ONE #^&$%#$ week and LOOK at the mess you made in here!
Everyone from Page 46 forward, GO to your ROOM.
ALL of you.
Udi - you're OK. You can go back outside. :)
I heard it was flexy.
eh, sorry about that. back to carbonez
I was thinking possibly that or just simple wheel changes with the rotor scrapping the inside of the carbon stay. As ham-fisted as some 'mechanics' are, I could see someone jamming the hell out of their chain stay with their rotor while they're trying to jimmy the back wheel in after a flat.
All bitching, dick-swinging, and speculation aside, that is a good looking bicycle.
Hope the Undead gets the success it deserves. I was pretty happy with my Revolt apart from the minor frame quality issues. If there aren't any problems with the frame I'll prolly get myself one of these aswell :)