I just bought a used '04 Cannondale Jekyll 400 (forced to find a new one after my Rockhopper was stolen). I'm thinking about replacing the fork - Manitou Axel Super. I've heard bad things about the fork, and was hoping for some advice as to whether I'm safe sticking with this one for a while. I'm not doing any huge jumps right now, just some crosscountry stuff really - but hoping to be doing some more intense stuff this summer. Thanks for any advice!
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