lightest 29er suspension fork

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kgt
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by kgt

FRM?

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Drappo wrote:
XC-MTB wrote:WR Compositi is very light as well but has no qr15. Would be around 1200g too.
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You never try?
Alhoa


What do you mean.

I had a 26inch fork from WR and was very happy with it.

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Any real world experiences with the smaller brand forks (FRM, German-a, WR compositi) would be great. Anyone has used one of these forks?

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by Dennis

So no real world experiences with the lighter weight forks, like FRM, WR Compositi and German A? Still haven't bought a fork, looks like the big branded forks are kind of similar in weight!

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by eme999

Cannondale Lefty 1300g,steer 90g,20adapt and screws=1410g SUPERLIGHT UND VERY VERY STIFF
German A is not so good because they have dif. weights...up to 100g more than on the web site :-(
CANNONDALE SCALPEL 29 ULTIMATE BLACK PEARL POWER TUNING !!!

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