The Leader was a very very sweet riding fork. You could ride right at a curb and the fork would let the front wheel hop up rather than bash into it as it will with about any other fork. AMP forks suck. The ONLY good thing about them is they are laterally rigid so you can catch big air and land at an angle, which is why the MBA idiots were in love with it. With 2" of offset, they screwed up the handling of bikes with normal 71 degree head tube angles due to insufficient trail. The pivots were criminally wimpy. The "shock" if you want to call it that was laughable.LarryG said:I have placed a classified ad in MTBR for a Lawwill Leader 3 Fork. It's like an AMP fork, but it has an oil-damped airchaber instead of springs or elastomers. I am auctioning it on EBay. It's in excellent shape, almost NOS.