Old 06-23-19, 12:01 PM
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all else fails... you just replace it steel stanchions will rust.. over exposure time..

.. a rigid suspension corrected fork makes sense..

other than the headset and hub, no moving parts..

maybe a fatter tire capacity bike.. ? 42 wide?


better performing suspension forks cost about what your whole bicycle cost...






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