Making a kilometer blurry
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Replacing isn't really possible as far as I know. You could fix it with a weld, but would the heat harm the CF fork? Would it harm the bonding agent? Dunno, but 10,000 degrees is rather warm...
You can get replacement alu or carbon forks for < $100. I've been riding around on some cheap-ass Supergo CF forks (chromo steer) I got for $75. I've had them for three years. No problems, good ride. Not the lightest forks out there, but I couldn't care less.