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12-23-2010 11:16 PM
zk0ot i had last years evers which are the same as this years. they were stiff. good for all mountain not so much park...
the drones will be the equiv. to the evers you like.
12-23-2010 08:13 PM
ylnad123
Ever or Drone?

I had some auto evers the first year they came out and I liked them a lot. I was just frustrated that you couldn't adjust the forward lean on the fly. Now that they fixed it I am ready to get another pair.

What's the difference between the evers and the drone? Is it just stiffness? The reviews I read about the evers say that they are really stiff, does that mean they are more stiff than the original ones? I was fine with the stiffness on the original auto evers. I cant find anything that tells me what the stiffness is like on the drones.

Anyone have this years evers or drone?

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