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Ritchey Pro, Easton EC70 forks

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Ritchey Pro, Easton EC70 forks

Doesn anyone have any experience with these forks? I got a new frame (my steel Serotta just can't climb) and need a fork to go with it. these are my two best options that are availible in the correct rake for as close to free as possible.
The Easton is slightly cheaper for me, but it's trickier to get.
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