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    New question here. What fork for P2?

    Since the stock one leaves alot to be desired I was wondering what would be a good fork for under $500. I was thinking about a Fox Vanilla R.

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    Def. a fox fork. Maybe a DJ3 also. Or even a DJ2 seeing as they are coming back out with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheProphet
    Def. a fox fork. Maybe a DJ3 also. Or even a DJ2 seeing as they are coming back out with it.
    Totally get a Pike. Super stiff, strong and totally adjustable. I've got one on my P.3.

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    I just got the Fox Vanilla R today, and it's pretty much the best fork ever. It's lite, stiff, and uber plush, like butta.

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