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Old 12-05-10, 09:58 PM
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rudis123
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fork replacement?

I have a Diamondback Outlook DX (non-suspension) from about the '97-'98 whereabouts. It's been a dependable bike since I was in middle school, but recently I've been hitting some rougher trails. As a result, I've noticed that the front fork has been bending a bit. I've since stopped my trail riding in fear of it failing. Being a non-suspension bike, it can't quite handle the stress from drops and jumps, I was kind of stupid to push it that far.

I was wondering if I would be able to replace the fork with one with suspension. I've noticed that some of the newer models have suspension built into the front forks. Are the newer DB outlook parts compatible with mine? How would I go about acquiring a new fork, preferably one with suspension?
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