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Has anyone seen any rigid forks with a longer a-c ratio than the common 468mm out there. Got a frame built for something in the 510mm range(duc with sag) and I want to put a rigid fork on it and don't want to go to short. Thx
 

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freebiker said:
Has anyone seen any rigid forks with a longer a-c ratio than the common 468mm out there. Got a frame built for something in the 510mm range(duc with sag) and I want to put a rigid fork on it and don't want to go to short. Thx
I think Niners are the tallest production rigid fork on the market.
 

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freebiker said:
Has anyone seen any rigid forks with a longer a-c ratio than the common 468mm out there. Got a frame built for something in the 510mm range(duc with sag) and I want to put a rigid fork on it and don't want to go to short. Thx
510 seems tall for a sagged dimension. I think a DUC unsagged is 517. A DUC is barley taller than a 100mm Reba. I agree with TamJam a Niner is your best bet. The Niner at 490mm is about the same as a DUC @ 517-25mm of sag. I'm not sure how offset plays into all that though.
 
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