Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: NW,Oregon Coast
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still around where the Trek dealer is ?
you may be able to use any suspension corrected disc brake fork for 26" bikes ,
since you use the disc brakes , It does not require any V brake bosses at all and
the nature of the suspension correction is a longer distance
from the fork crown race seat to the fork tip axle center
I cannot remotely measure what that distance is off your bike,
or how far the fork tip offset is from the steering axis ,
[part of that is the fork crown offset, and the other part is the offset in front of the bottom of the fork..
but that is what determines the steering geometry . you probably want it to remain similar ..
there again a warm body at a bike shop will be better than over the internet..
Surly, A QBP brand, makes replacement forks, and there are additional brands which
ares available thru most Bike Shops, drop by and ask .