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    Wishbone rigid fork?

    Posting here as this place seems to have the line on rigid forks... curious if there are any other wishbone style forks similar to the On-one Superlight. I'm currently looking at the 29" option for my 456 Inbred.

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    more expensive at $220, but Waltworks builds custom forks in that style to suit your riding and weight. I don't have one but they are quite popular and I've never heard anything but praise for how good they feel on the trail

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    Are you talking about segmented forks? On o
    one, Walt, Vassago.

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    Maybe he's talking of Winwood? A buddy has one and said it's the worst fork he has ever ridden.

    I wouldn't call Walt's forks wishbone, he makes several different variations and is more customized to fit rider design, i.e. not limited to unicrown or whatever. My Walt fork is getting painted, should have it in the next week or two (hopefully).

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    Sorry, poor nomenclature on my part. Those options above are the style I am looking for (complements the inbred rear end.)

    I am dialed in on the Superlight but wanted to see what I might be missing.

    Thank you

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    Does anyone know the A to C of the Superlight? I'm having a hard time finding it on their website.

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    They have two versions: 440mm and 470mm

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