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Old 12-10-20, 02:42 PM
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merlinrkd
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Thanks, I am pursuing this matter in another venue. I'm trying not to get into bashing the manufacturer. I'm really just focused on what is a comparable fork for a high end bike. A fork that has similar characteristics and isn't undampened or heavy. Are there still replacement forks around that match up with an old School bike. Short stroke dampening with a brake bridge for canti brakes That CADEX was $900 in '93'. The recall said the dealer would replace the defective fork with one that was a $150 value. Seems that would be $250-300 these days. That link made some good points. One is the recall doesn't expire-true. The goal of the recall is to get the dangerous component off the streets-true. Those are features of a safety recall.
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