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Old 07-22-14, 12:56 PM   #26
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haha I almost don't want to say just because I've seen them get ripped on this forum but its a mataro 58. I've skated my whole other than a couple years where I lived in Boston with a roommate who had an unused Fuji feather that I could to ride all the time. so now that I have a little money I want ride again and learn everything I can
Yeahhh get a leader fork. It'll be more proper and not to mention look better than that cheapie.
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Old 07-22-14, 02:17 PM   #27
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I think this might work if you wanted to use a tapered fork and the inner diameter of the headtube is 44mm. It will add some height though.

Cane Creek 40.EC44/40.Bottom Assembly

Someone else would have to chime in and confirm that for me though.
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Old 07-22-14, 03:09 PM   #28
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thanks for the suggestion. I'm defiantly not experienced enough, nor will I be doing any type of riding to where I NEED a full carbon fork. my only thoughts leading to the 3T originally were some of the advantages I knew about carbon and the fact the price point was about equal to an entry level fork. the leader forks probably are better fitted for my pay grade money/experience wise. it sounds like it'll take less modification up front which is better for me being as I'm still learning about a lot of the parts that make up a standard build. I'll have to keep in mind that it is possible though for further down the road. good to know.
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