I started getting into riding little over a decade ago. I was a Noob with no $, but loved to ride. I got a 2001 Trek 4500 hardtail.
Now that I'm getting back into it, I want to do two things before finding a my next ride. 1 - get into shape and 2 - do some research to figure out what my next ride should be.
So I want my old Trek to get me through the next year. However the fork is...well...a piece of crap. It's a Rock Shox Jett with 2.5 inches of travel.
I'd like to replace it with a not so expensive replacement to get me through the year. However I don't know what size or what I need to take into consideration when looking for a cheaper replacement (new or used).
Anyone have any suggestions of a fork that would fit my bike or what things I need to know when looking for one that will fit?
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