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    Zion rigid forks

    just checked the website, black and white 29er rigid forks will be available May, 1...........BUT, they never said which year.

    http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...+Mtn+Fork.aspx
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    Seems like 2006. People are out there buying, riding, and reviewing these forks as well as Zion 29" frames.
    Jenson proably underestimated sales potential, or did not feel like pre-investing more for a first production.

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    white was never before availible for the 29" length.

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    is this fork anywhere near the Zion fork? geometry wise.

    http://store.interlocracing.com/stmtb29fo.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by WarPigs
    is this fork anywhere near the Zion fork? geometry wise.

    http://store.interlocracing.com/stmtb29fo.html
    Hmmm...Jenson dropped the rake from the description but they use to say it was 43mm. A-C is listed.
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    on my normal rigid Inbred, which i converted to a 69er, by adding a front 29er wheel, i love the new bar height. feels less likely to endo.

    any ideas what kind of measurement i should look for if i was to replicate it to a full fledge 29er? i.e. with a slightly chopper feeling. rigid of course

    currently i maxed out on the spacers for my uncut rigid OO fork.
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