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    Kona Hei Hei Rebuild

    I have a Hei Hei Ti frame that I am going to rebuild. It currently has a old Marzocchi on it that I want to replace with a rigid. Anybody know if Kona made a rigid Ti fork for the Ti Hei Hei and if so where to find one. Also, any other suggestions on a rigid fork would be appreciated.
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    Kona made a Project 2 fork out of titanium if that fits the bill and you should be able to find one on ebay

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    Just read an old thread from 08. They were talking about the project 2ti. They said if you could even find one expect to pay upwards of $700.00. Thinking about doing the same, but gonna look at triton and others to build them
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    Thanks for the info. I was also thinking of seeing if a custom builder like Steve Potts or Carl Strong might make a fork. I had a buddy suggest Vicious Cycles as well. I am not familiar with Triton but will keep them in mind. If the price gets too steep I know Kona makes a steel fork that is a possibility based on price.

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    Triton has a huge thread going on MTBR. Might be worth a shot.
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