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    Rigid Fork site

    I saw an ad on here a month ago for a website that had a large choice of rigid forks. Anyone know where I can go to get a good (cheap) selection? I am looking to put a rigid on my 94 m2 alum Stumpjumper.

    thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philo Beddoe
    I saw an ad on here a month ago for a website that had a large choice of rigid forks. Anyone know where I can go to get a good (cheap) selection? I am looking to put a rigid on my 94 m2 alum Stumpjumper.

    thanks,
    Webcyclery has a bunch pretty cheap.


    http://www.webcyclery.com/.docs/m/10...ct_search.html

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    Also try Bikeman.com. I put a Kona P2 on my 95 M2 Stumpy SS.

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    Good job! I have a burly Kona JF (Jump Fork) rigid fork collecting dust!

    Quote Originally Posted by Philo Beddoe
    I saw an ad on here a month ago for a website that had a large choice of rigid forks. Anyone know where I can go to get a good (cheap) selection? I am looking to put a rigid on my 94 m2 alum Stumpjumper.

    thanks,
    hey there Philo, I dunno if you're interested - but if so, drop me an e-mail:
    dreed(at)airway(dot)com.

    I thought I might build-up yet another SS - but already have 2 built-up now, so this fork is just sitting in my basement collecting dust. it's basic gloss black and quite similar to the Kona P2 (Project Two). this fork actually came stock with a SS Unit that I purchased direct from Kona. it's in used condition - but only a few cosmetic scratches here and there. again, just drop me an e-mail and I can give you specifics if you like...

    thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philo Beddoe
    I saw an ad on here a month ago for a website that had a large choice of rigid forks. Anyone know where I can go to get a good (cheap) selection? I am looking to put a rigid on my 94 m2 alum Stumpjumper.

    thanks,
    Check their closeout section...

    JMJ

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