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    Nuke Proof Carbon Forks..

    ...with a bigger rider. I'm 200# and have a set of Nuke Proof forks on the titus singlespeed and I'm beginning to think that it's not quite the best idea.

    Has anyone got any experience with them. they seem to be well made and undainty.

    Thanks sanspeur
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    You pretty much answered your own question. Don't do it, Nukes were early carbon techonolgy plus the crown is glued to the legs - not good then and definitely not good now.

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    So, any options for us bigger guys that want a carbon fork? I'm 220ish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rsquared28
    So, any options for us bigger guys that want a carbon fork? I'm 220ish.
    On One carbon forks are super strong and have no weight limit.

    If you're riding a 29er and the steerer would be long enough, one just showed up in the classifieds.

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    If they did their homework, like they did with that $300 Ti handlebar, then I'd stay away.

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