Vicious Rigid Disc 2012 Forks

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MSRP : $199.99

Product Description

Hand welded, straight, True Temper CrMo blades with 1.5" offset. Suspension corrected axle-to-crown height. Choose 26" or 29". Disc brake only.

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rigid disc fork 26" MTB reviews?

Since I have two FS MTBs (100MM & 165MM), it's time to revert my Kona steel geared HT to a rigid fork that'll take 200MM disc brake and 2.5" knobby Timberwolf WTB tire. Where are the reviews of such forks? I am 230#+ and think I am hard on equipment and have and am willing to crash on XC jumps: Go ... Read More »

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is there one ? i am not asking if you like or need or want front brakes i am not looking for disc vs. cantilever comparisons. i simply wanted to know if a dirt jumper is available with a rigid fork with disc brakes.Read More »

Rigid fork for my 2012 RH Comp Disc 29er

I've recently acquired this bike, and I am very happy with most of it. I'm not particularly excited about the irritating investment of time that has to go into bleeding the hydros, if they really need annual bleeding, but I'm especially underwhelmed by the flexibility of the SR Suntour front fork (t ... Read More »

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How to install disc brakes on a rigid fork?

I'm swapping out the Suntour xcr on my HT for a White Bros rigid fork. I thought I was good to go until I saw the mounts for the hydraulic brakes are different, 90 degrees different and the White Bros mount is not threaded. Is there an adapter plate that I need? I'm using Skelatal brakes if that mak ... Read More »

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