Old 04-20-16, 01:57 PM
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If your going to put suspension on that, would be looking for a mid-high end fork, rather than a entry level you seem to be, which would put it out of your price range.

Thinking that you would be better off looking at larger tires than you currently have, as they look pretty narrow, or run tubeless (you say you have the rims, not that you are running tubeless) with a lower pressure with what you have.

The bike does look nice/well proportioned as is now.
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