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    New question here. 411 - Dimension Rigid Forks

    So, I just ordered a Dimension disc fork from the LBS. Anyone care to comment on its qualities? I am familiar with the On-One rigid for, and it is indeed stout as a block of concrete. Found that it really benefits from a beefy front tire. So just curious what u-allz think? Have had rigid forks of the lates 80's and early 90's that were a tad bit more twangy. My brain is defraged a bit so I don't recall the specifics

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    Cheap and it works. Not a jump fork but not very flexy either. Fairly comfy with a big tire.
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    Good job! Cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Cheap and it works. Not a jump fork but not very flexy either. Fairly comfy with a big tire.
    Thanks for the info Shiggy. Sorry you won't be out at BC. Must do Dallas again in the snow This new (to me) bike will have discs, should stop better with potential ice build up.

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