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    Anyone know the a-c on a cx-1? Is that a decent fork? Am I better off with a good rigid? Thanks.

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    475mm for the original ~70mm version.
    It will always be more comfortable than a rigid, that's for sure. Plenty stiff, too. 1565g for mine, cut to size for an XL sized frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by new kelly
    Anyone know the a-c on a cx-1? Is that a decent fork? Am I better off with a good rigid? Thanks.
    After I sent mine into Tim Beem for the firmer dampening settings and a new steerer (was too short for my frame), I loved it. Another in a long line of since regretted sales....
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    Quote Originally Posted by new kelly
    Anyone know the a-c on a cx-1? Is that a decent fork? Am I better off with a good rigid? Thanks.
    About a 1/2 shorter than a KM.
    My wheelbase increases .5" when I put on the rigid fork.

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    Your next regret will be that FJ62
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