I've seen it set up that way, either fork would work but the offset one would require a rear hub wheel with special dishing. You can use the standard spacing fork, but the tire is a little bit harder to fit in between the dropouts.
The standard spaced fork should work with a standard 29'er wheel and a LM/Endo setup with a standard hub.
The offset fork will do pretty much the same but it requires an offset wheel with a second rear hub.
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