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Hi all,
I have a newish to me '05 18 inch stock geometry steel Deluxe SS. Set up with a stock IF rigid fork. Is there anyway to tell if the bike will take a suspension fork without messing up the geometry? And if so. If it needs an 80 or 100mm? Yes I know, sacralige to most of you. :(
Any help appreciated.


Thank you,
John
 

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You might find more answers on ifrider.com. Register your bike and join the madness:D . Its a website just for IF owners. I bought mine new, so the fork was already figured into the build.
 

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You could just measure the axle-to-crown of the fork you currently have, and the offset and see where that compares to the suspension fork you're looking for. Probably the easiest way.
 

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subliminalshiver said:
You could just measure the axle-to-crown of the fork you currently have, and the offset and see where that compares to the suspension fork you're looking for. Probably the easiest way.
Sounds good, thanks!
 
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