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Hello.
Anyone got experience with this insert? Would like to know your opinion
Thank you
 

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Did you read the Rust E-mag write-up?
 

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Google 'Rust' magazine mate
I can't remember which issue it was
good article,worth reading...
 
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Why doesn’t anyone remember what they said in the article?

On this basis it sounds like a case of avoiding them and sticking to spring and oil🤷‍♂️
 

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I'm looking forward to AER forks
you dont have to choose the wrong springs anymore...
 

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Why doesn’t anyone remember what they said in the article?

On this basis it sounds like a case of avoiding them and sticking to spring and oil
AER cones minus cone mid valve?

Latest AER/XACT forks are decent, ridden a couple of ‘21> SX’s. Good out the box, hold up well.
 

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Are they cone valves without a cone valve? Surely not? That would make them an AER version of 6500s. They probably share a lot of CV parts though other than the actual cone section itself.
 

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Wow! Even more confusing!!!!

It appears the 7500s are for 50-65cc bikes. Open cartridge design but using a cone valve in the damper rod. External pre load adjuster same as true big boy CV or 6500s. I can’t see anything that suggests these are AER in any way shape or form? They are a mini ripper fork.

I wonder why they don’t make a full size OC fork with the cone valve?
 

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Good point… I thought that could be the XPLOR/XACT difference but the one thing I took from all that confusion, was that was just branding mostly.
 
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