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Old 02-24-03, 07:19 PM
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What kind of fork???

Well i hope someone can help me out with this one. I have a GT 2.0 full suspension m.b. One problem i need a new fork because the old one broke. I ride pretty rough terrain and some intermediate downhill, im pretty rough with my bike so i need something that can hold up. But something that wont burn a hole in the pocket, any suggestions???
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i dont know i might have misunderstood the post, but i think this one needs to be moved out of the BMX forum :confused: It is about a mountain bike right?

besides that, i'd love to help, but i dont have too much experience with mountain bikes. Sorry
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Old 02-25-03, 07:07 AM
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Here are some pretty sweet forks to choose from:







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HA HA HA HA thats awesome man. i like the second one from the left
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yeah...the second from the left is pretty sweet. but some of those are spoons...

to reply to the question: any roxshox SID fork should be good, or a maricozzi (sp)...
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Yo try and look at some S&M forks. The S&M Pitchfork and The S&M Pitchfork lite's are nice froks. They have good dropouts and are stong, yet light. Check em out on "www.danscomp.com" or "www.albe.com".

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