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    New question here. Winwood Purist vs Ti Forks

    Looking at getting a rigid 80mm corrected fork for my Rockhound SS. Decided that the small-stuff eating properties of carbon or ti sound appealing. Questions:

    -best deal for the $$?

    -durability of the materials?

    I'm especially concerned about how carbon holds up to getting knocked around. I'm not a particularly heavy or aggressive rider (no huge drops, etc), but do put a premium on reliability and longevity, and break weak gear regularly.

    Thoughts?

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    If you break stuff regularly stick with steel.
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