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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:54 pm 
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i am looking for a carbon rigid fork 445mm or some sus forks (marzocchi be great) around 100-120mm. 200mm steerer, ideally under £100


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Hi,

Was wondering if a pair of all alloy forks might be an option?

If so, I have a pair of Kinesis Maxlight forks that are BNIB with an uncut 1 & 1/8th steerer and can run either V or disc brakes. They are gloss black with contrasting yellow and white decals.

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Jules

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not for me, thanks anyway. maybe i look at cromo rigid forks - kona p2s but they are quite stiff. any other steel/cromo rigid fork that forgiving/comfortable other going to carbon


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Thanks for the reply, nothing ventured nothing gained. :wink:

Got a pair of Pace RC31 C type's on one of my bikes, great pair of forks.

Have a mooch on eBay, that's where I got mine from and quite a few other makes/brands come up or auction fairly regularly.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:14 am 
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Have you seen these forks on the bay?

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I've got some Carbon Exotic forks in that size

Pm me if they are of interest :wink:


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:23 pm 
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if you do change your mind on p2's got some 440mm ones with disc and v. non TB thought but 212mm steerer.


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