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Old 02-20-11, 09:42 AM   #1
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Carbon Suspension Corrected Fork

I am researching putting a carbon fork on my Scott Sportster. It has 700c wheels on it, that have disc brakes and the axel to crown length is 450mm. I would like to put on a carbon rigid fork. Some say I have to put on a suspension corrected fork, others say it does not make that much difference. At any rate, I've been searching online and am having a tough time coming across a Carbon Suspension Corrected Fork 450mm crow to axle. Does anyone have any recomendations. I know there are some steel ones, but I want a carbon one.

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