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    Good, inexpensive dual crown DH forks?

    I'm looking for a inexpensive, good dual crown DH fork. What are the choices?

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    Manitou Dorado Expert about $1100 or so....

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    Well considering you have Fox 40s , Marz 888 , Manitou , BoXXer that would be a good start .. Keep an eye out on the new X-Fusion and i think in a few months DVO will release their DH fork . Google is your friend .

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    The X-Fusion fork looks good, but its as expensive as a FOX 40. I want a fork for around $600, but all the good forks are almost twice that. I think the Domain will have to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsetse View Post
    The X-Fusion fork looks good, but its as expensive as a FOX 40. I want a fork for around $600, but all the good forks are almost twice that. I think the Domain will have to do.
    Well good and cheap doesn't work .. You have 2 options , Great & expensive or Cheap & Mehhh ..

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    I hear a lot of good things about the Marzocchi 888cr

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    Quote Originally Posted by MotoDane250 View Post
    I hear a lot of good things about the Marzocchi 888cr
    i vote for this

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    Buy used, new is stupid unless you are a sponsored rider or getting distributor prices. You then have EVERY fork in your price range, versus just the low end Domain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csermonet View Post
    Buy used, new is stupid unless you are a sponsored rider or getting distributor prices. You then have EVERY fork in your price range, versus just the low end Domain.
    Great advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by MotoDane250 View Post
    I hear a lot of good things about the Marzocchi 888cr
    Especially @ $650: Marzocchi 888 CR 200mm Fork 2012 | Marzocchi | Brand | www.PricePoint.com

    Quote Originally Posted by aedubber View Post
    Well good and cheap doesn't work .. You have 2 options , Great & USED or Cheap & meh..
    Fixed for ya bud

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