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Rigid fork for Fire mountain?

Old 11-16-09, 07:49 AM
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Rigid fork for Fire mountain?

Well i posted this on another forum earlier because BF was down for me, but havent gotten any reponses:

Hey everyone, im looking at picking up a fire moutnain, ~2003 or so
warning: crappy cellphone pics

I cant tell what the fork is now, but I want to swap to a rigid fork, and ride this thing during the winter (winter commuter), and maybe light trails in the summer.
Just wondering if anyone can give me a suggestion as to what fork i can use that will have decent geometry when put together.
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