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I know some of the A model bikes look to have an air valve to allow change of pressure in the forks. But other than this and the supposed stiffer springs in the C model forks, what other differences are there between the 2 models?
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AFAIK, all the A models have air valves.... so do the B models. The forks on the B model are thicker than the A model. Don't know about the C models.

I have both the A and B models and a set of KLX forks, if you need me to measure them let me know.
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i think the c model have 41mm forks and stiffer springs but no valves on mine. i just want to see if i can either put a valve on my forks or is this a possibility?

ya sizes of the forks be great
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yes you can, you can find the original valves and put it on place, there's no strange systems, it's only for let the air came off the forks when it acumulates in on a hard off road day.

if you don't find them, just buy a couple of valves, make some holes in the fork, put a pair of o'rings and tight.

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yes you can, you can find the original valves and put it on place, there's no strange systems, it's only for let the air came off the forks when it acumulates in on a hard off road day.

if you don't find them, just buy a couple of valves, make some holes in the fork, put a pair of o'rings and tight.

sorry for my bad english
hey thanks a million for that, may look around ebay tonight and see i i can get 2 2nd hand anr put them on my own bike.

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