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    Rigid Fork Recommendations Gunnar Rockhound

    I have an early production Gunnar Rockhound that I would like to move over to a rigid fork. I would love a fork that has vbrake/canti posts as well as something I could run discs on. This frame would have been for an 80mm shock and I would like something threaded. Something with clearance for a big front tire would also be great but a lesser requirement. Thanks in advance.

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    Vicious cycles

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    Hard to beat a Cunningham designed Potts Type II. You can have it made suspension adjusted and with disk mounts.

    Steve Potts Bicycles | Point Reyes, CA

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    I recently put a new (gasp) Salsa cromoto on my 98 Indy Fab. Very rigid, of course, tons of clearance, v brake or disc. Apparently, since I have a ton of time...., I noticed I could fit a 29er wheel in it. Looks appropriate too... Somewhere around $100...
    Vintage-Retro-Pragmatist

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    Best bang for the buck.

    They'll thread it.

    Just pick. Nice people. Nice forks.

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