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PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:32 pm 
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Need a rigid fork for a 98 Specialized Rockhopper so corrected to around 80mm i reckon.

These need to be for rim brakes please. I would also consider a 63-80mm suspension fork from around that era.

Steerer needs to be around 200mm and 1 1/8 a-head. Thanks for your time with this :wink:


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May have some Specialized Direct Drives for sale soon, will let you know if I do.

These 'uns:

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hi ya slimjoe, i have a rigid fork from a specialized rockhopper from i think 97 or 98, steer is 200mm, they are a bit scruffy so ideally need a respray though


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2011 10:52 pm 
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Charlieboy28 wrote:
hi ya slimjoe, i have a rigid fork from a specialized rockhopper from i think 97 or 98, steer is 200mm, they are a bit scruffy so ideally need a respray though


Have you got any piccies mate?

Guess i can rattle can a pair of forks..


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will take some tomorrow :wink:


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here are the forks, they are in better condition than i remember, but do have a fair few scratches and marks but touch up is definitely an option if they go with your colour scheme


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