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If the fork is 1 1/8" straight (no taper) then, the fork alone is worth $200-$300 easy. That fork is a unicorn for riders still wanting to maintain/upgrade their 26" bikes.

I sold a bike that was a few years older than this, in much more used condition (with dual suspension) for around $700 the summer of 2019. I believe the OP should be able to get $500-$750 for it. Great bike in its day.
 
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If the fork is 1 1/8" straight (no taper) then, the fork alone is worth $200-$300 easy. That fork is a unicorn for riders still wanting to maintain/upgrade their 26" bikes.
Very good point.
 
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If the fork is 1 1/8" straight (no taper) then, the fork alone is worth $200-$300 easy. That fork is a unicorn for riders still wanting to maintain/upgrade their 26" bikes.

I sold a bike that was a few years older than this, in much more used condition (with dual suspension) for around $700 the summer of 2019. I believe the OP should be able to get $500-$750 for it. Great bike in its day.
It was the 1 1/8" straight.
 

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So...how did the OP get deleted? Mods? They show up as "G-Guest" in this thread. In my alerts they show up as "Deleted member 908421".
 
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