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Hey I'm not German!

Who tells you there's anything 29" on there? A bunch of road, track and CX forks. Yes MTB forks too, but obvious they fail to give any specs you really want to know, not even a frontal view pic.
 

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Cloxxki said:
Hey I'm not German!

Who tells you there's anything 29" on there? A bunch of road, track and CX forks. Yes MTB forks too, but obvious they fail to give any specs you really want to know, not even a frontal view pic.
Just some cross forks (they would also work on a trekking bike) that would probably - just guessing here - take a maximum 32 - 38mm width tire which means a no go for two nining. I couldn't find any 29" specific carbon in the Gabeln product section (German plural for forks).

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Yunkie said:
I found out about it on the rigid forks page of the weight weenies website: http://weightweenies.starbike.com/listings/components.php?type=rigidforks

BRAXXO Carbon Rigid 29" 2004 1 1/8" 670 g 675 g +0,75% uncut 300 mm steerer for standard headsets, 55 mm tire clearance​

"55mm of tire clearance" is not enough for a 29" fork. Tread width for current 29" tires ranges from 50-57mm. 2.5 to -1mm of side clearance will not cut it.

It is a 'cross fork. Probably too short A-C, too.
 
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