rigid forks

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by dfish, Jan 13, 2008.

  1. dfish

    dfish New Member

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    well i'm converting a old mtb bike into a city commuter. I've got everything ripped off right now and the ss conversion almost done. I serouisly thing about just putting a rigid fork on because i won't taking it offroad much.

    what forks would you reccomend?? i'm think'n the kona p2 project would be my 1st choice

    ebay find...anybody used mosso?
    http://cgi.ebay.com/08-MOSSO-Carbon...ryZ36135QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
     
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  2. ride4him

    ride4him New Member

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    Have you checked out Surly forks? They make some nice cromo steel forks that are great for commuting. check out the 1x1 and the instigator
     
  3. cruisin

    cruisin New Member

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    Salsa Cromoto looks good at about the same price as the Surly's.
    The Cromoto has tapered blades which look better and may be more shock absorbing.
    I have an instigator on one of my bikes and my son has a Cromoto on his.
    Axle to crown length was the main factor for me. The 1x1 is the shortest, then the Cromoto and then the Instigator.
    Cheers
     
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