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    Questions: rigid fork with geometry g2?

    Hello

    Sorry for my English. Do not write or speak English and use the google translator

    I have a Gary Fisher mtb 2011.

    I wanted to put a rigid fork, but not if there is specific for rigid fork geometry g2.

    Are there forks g2 geometry? any recommendation


    If you put a rigid fork without geometry g2. Is the worst bicycle work? Do you notice much driving the bike?

    Greetings and thanks for attending.

    I await your responses.

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    It translated it well. This is a very good question but unfortunately I do not know the answer.

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    I am doing the same thing with my g2. there arent any g2 specific rigids, just buy anything

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    another not very good in English...
    was wondering the same thing. as my 2011 mamba comes with a tora coil, been looking to upgrade it but found it very difficult to get a G2 fork here in Argentina, so rigid forks I thought, could be the solution as I can manage to get one from eXotic or white bros. but will it work?

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    Yes it will work, the steering will be a little different but not nearly as different as not having suspension. Buy one and enjoy!

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