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    Trek 930 fork size help

    I have been using an old Trek 930 singlespeed as my project bike. I completed a conversion to single speed and now I want to replace the Easton shock/fork with a cheap rigid fork. I don't know anything about the size I need or if I will need to replace other parts as well. Can someone help me?? Thanks!
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    http://sheldonbrown.com/beginners/index.html
    Probably your best source for info on the net. Trying to get info off forums might not be you best avenue, If you choose to go the forum route do some research first and come back when you hit a real road block. JMHO of course.
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