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    Need advice about rigid carbon fork for Stumpy

    I'm riding a 2011 Stumpjumper 29er comp (aluminum frame). I'm mostly doing a lot of jeep roads, rail trails, pavement, and other non-super technical terrain. So, I'm thinking about moving over to a rigid carbon fork. (Right now I have the stock Rockshox Reba RLT 29er)

    Any recommendations?

    And from what I can figure out, I'll probably drop about 1.5 or more pounds, right? Dropping weight is important to me, which is why I'm interested in the carbon, as well as the vibration issues.

    Thanks so much,
    Payton

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    Niner gets great reviews. Check out their site. Good luck
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    I have the Shimano Pro. It's been solid.

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