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    Suspension Forks

    I'm surprised no one has posted about the Snozocchi yet:
    Brad Bingham?s Snozocchi Fat-bike Suspension Fork | FAT-BIKE.COM
    Looks pretty sweet, this guy is making new crown and bridge for older Marzocchi forks. At $1150 complete / $750 kit (provide your own fork donor), it is a little steep for me right now, but I like it! Hopefully I will be able to swing one this summer.
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    Interesting that they chose a fork from circa 1997.
    That Eriksen frame looks pretty sweet!

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    Was mentioned here.
    Stretched Marzocchi fat fork

    That modified fork and bike are perfect.

    I love older Bombers and would want one on my Pugs if I had the means and cash to do so. I built up a slightly older Fuel EX 9.5 frame this last summer and opted to stick with my trusty 2003-ish Marzocchi Z1 Wedge. Yeah, it's not the lightest, but it still performs beautifully and takes on whatever the heck I throw at it.

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    Could also do a White Bruthers UD150/180, or Dorado, or one of many forks if you have the time to made some slight mods.
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmooveP View Post
    Interesting that they chose a fork from circa 1997.
    That Eriksen frame looks pretty sweet!
    My guess is that the marz forks from that era are all bolt/clamp together. A CNC mill and 3-D modeling software make it reasonably painless.

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