Wtd: 26er sus fork

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Dyffers
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Wtd: 26er sus fork

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Anyone got an old but functional decent sus fork for 26" and QR languishing in the back of their shed?

I think my son is suffering from "that's the bike you want not I want Dad" having built him a rigid XS Inbred a couple of years ago with the old matching white steel girder forks. His mates have (rubbish cheap) suspension, so he wants some. :roll:

Anything considered but needs to be max 100mm travel, min 17cm steerer, working (not needing pulled apart immediately because I can't be bothered) and black and/or white.
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Re: Wtd: 26er sus fork

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I'm not sure if they're any good, but I've a set of black RST forks I took off a bike I bought for my daughter and swapped out...yours for the cost of postage. If they sound possible, I'll go measure the steerer and give them a bounce
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Re: Wtd: 26er sus fork

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Sorry to hijack this but did you have the Rst forks?
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Re: Wtd: 26er sus fork

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Ah, forgot to reply but no, was hoping for some Fox or Rockshox or similar, so thank you for the offer but I'll leave the RSTs thanks.
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Re: Wtd: 26er sus fork

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trob6 wrote: Fri Nov 17, 2023 7:47 pm Sorry to hijack this but did you have the Rst forks?
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If you might want them, message me and I'll get a photo or 2 and details to you
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