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    Voodoo zombie fork

    I just picked up my Dambala from the great Phat Moose Cycles here in Ottawa last night. I got to help build it up, I'm pretty happy with the build! I went with the stock rigid voodoo zombie steel fork. I was surprised how beefy the fork is! I was kind of worried it was going to be under built. That turned out to definitely not be the case. I think you could do just about anything with that fork, holy cow. I think if anything, the frame would break first!

    I'm not sure how it feels off road yet, I'll post an update once I get some trail time in on it!

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    I really want to get one of those forks for my Dambala. Mine is juuuuuuuusst a little twitchy with the KM fork.

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    Ha ha, sorry Slocaus, I didn't take any photos of it before I attached it to the bike. I'll get a few of it sometime this weekend. Here's a photo of the bike.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bobbotron/2458662273/

    FlatFender - that's interesting about the k monkey fork. I can imagine that would make the handling quick. The handling of the bike with the voodoo fork is pretty sweet

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbotron
    Ha ha, sorry Slocaus, I didn't take any photos of it before I attached it to the bike. I'll get a few of it sometime this weekend. Here's a photo of the bike.
    Having ridden MTBs for almost 30 years, I love curved fork blades, and just wanted to see another picture. The entire bike is what I wanted to see! Thanks. Nice, I like!

    I was considering this frame for a geared HT but decided on the Voodoo Canzo full boinger.
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    I've got one on a Voodoo Aizan and it works great. All rigid MTB forks should look like it.
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