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Old 02-26-2011, 03:25 AM   #21
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For the money the OME lift kit is best imo. That is what I have, no complaints.
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Old 02-26-2011, 04:50 PM   #26
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Budget plays a HUGE role in lift components. Unlimited I would go with either Icon, Fox, King.

Unlimited I would SAS.

A few grand I would go Icon...

For the OP's stated budget of $1000, full OME is by far the best bang for his buck, although I would skip the Dakars, get an AAL instead, and use the Dakar money to get some TC UCAs.
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Sub'd. What makes the Icon so much better than an OME?
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Sub'd. What makes the Icon so much better than an OME?
Adjustable. Rebuildable. Reservoirs are an option. Extended travel shocks available.

Those are the primary advantages.

I personally LOVE Icon's digressive valving, because it takes big hits better than the progressive stuff I've been on. But that's pretty much preference.
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