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Old 07-07-05, 01:44 PM   #1
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Tubus and a new fork, OR old fork and Old Man Mountain?

I am looking for some front racks, but I do not have eyelets for it on my rigid fork.

I have 2 choices - to get another rigid fork with eyelets and lowrider mounts and buy a Tubus which was my plan along,

OR

use the current rigid fork, and get some Old Man Mountain front racks?

Assuming cost is not a problem, which way should I go? (They are going to cost about the same anyway)

Thanks!
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