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bobbotron said:
I believe you'd have to get one custom made. I think I've seen some waltworks 20mm rigid forks...
simple. elegant. classy.

It's like two single bolt steel stems that attach to the axle.
 

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Probably the cheapest/closest to 29er friendliness would have to be the Soul Cycles Urban fork. Heavy, but what you are looking for. 455mm axle to crown. Get a Cane Creek s3 plus 5 and you'd be darn close to the right HA if your frame is based on 80mm of travel. You could always run a smaller tire in the rear than the front to get you all the way there, but come on 5mm? What is that good for a 1/3rd of a degree?

http://www.ridesoul.com/urbanforkg120mm.html
 

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ia_ss157 said:
Probably the cheapest/closest to 29er friendliness would have to be the Soul Cycles Urban fork. Heavy, but what you are looking for. 455mm axle to crown. Get a Cane Creek s3 plus 5 and you'd be darn close to the right HA if your frame is based on 80mm of travel. You could always run a smaller tire in the rear than the front to get you all the way there, but come on 5mm? What is that good for a 1/3rd of a degree?

http://www.ridesoul.com/urbanforkg120mm.html
Yikes, that rigid fork weighs 5lbs! Sure looks beefy though.

Unfortunately it looks like the OP has a Voodoo, which are designed for 100mm forks
 
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