I'm looking to upgrading my forks and was wondering which of these three would be best suitable for an AM frame, which I use mostly for AM and light FR:
Fox Vanilla R (2009)
Fox Talas RLC (2006)
Fox Float RL (2011)
The frame is actually a Begamont Evolve 5.7. Just getting it new, by guarantee from Bergamont because the old frame cracked...
I weight about 75kg and am 6" tall.
I was thinking the Talas might do best due to its great adjustability, which I would probably use when climbing hills. Although, the Vanilla is cheaper and 140mm is a little more than 130 (on the talas) and should be more durable due to coil springs... however, I am not an expert unfortunately.
Therefore, I ask your advice on which would be best in terms of usage, adjustability, durability, servicing (I'm guessing they're all expensive due to them being Fox unfortunately ). I would also like to ask, if there would be any other great alternatives (I used to have a Marzocchi AMII, and it was absolutely amazing, unfortunately I had to sell it and I can't find any other ones).
Thanks for the feedback in advance.
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