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Old 06-20-18, 04:22 AM
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beicster 
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If you can inspect that fork before committing to buying it I think you would be good. If there is not evidence of a crack forming you will probably be fine. But, if you know it is going to bother you, then leave it. No need to worry in a ride. You will never enjoy it.
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