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Old 06-27-14, 06:51 PM
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retromike3
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I would get a hold of the seller and see if you can get him to replace your fork. If you can, take pictures of the box. Is it a steel fork? because they are repairable, unlike aluminum and carbon.

good luck.

Mike Frye AKA Frye Bikes
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