Anyone running a rigid on their TransAm? I see the frame wants a 120 fork, meaning I'd think suspension corrected (25% sag) would be somewhere around 485...(120mm f29 is about 520 axle to crown, 120mm travel, 25% of which is 35, 520 - 35 = 485! Whew!)
Longest carbon I've found is the syncros at 480, and I know there are probably some old steel niner forks kicking around at the 490 length. I would surely rather go carbon though, if that's an option.
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