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I recently bought an unknown lv1 and im looking for fork suggestion that wont break the bank. I'm having trouble finding any good recomendations
     
March 31, 2012 03:51 AM
mijangos
From: san jose
35 posts
3 bikes
Im getting the LV1 and I think the best fork for the frame is the Unknown Carbon Fork...
     
April 4, 2012 08:15 PM
PartySluts
From: Guaynabo, PR
4 posts
2 bikes
the best thing to do is not buy that frame to start with... unknown, just like visp and leader, makes shitty aluminum frames that are way overpriced
     
April 4, 2012 08:17 PM
snorky
From: Stockton, CA
179 posts
4 bikes
^^^ this guys a fucking hater..

the best thing would be to rock that LV1.
with an i806 leader fork.
but thats pricey,

I would say the best bet is to get that unknown carbon fork too, but I dont like how its so bulky right below the steering tube.

but I personally would have gone with the LV2.

but to each is own! good luck with the build!
     
April 5, 2012 01:06 AM
jerrytheebeast
From: Sacramento, California.. you troll.
50 posts
1 bike
gerry, with the amount of credibility youve built up here, im sure they will take any advice you give...

i still love ya though.
ride tomorrow?
     
April 5, 2012 03:25 AM
snorky
From: Stockton, CA
179 posts
4 bikes
" ^^^ this guys a fucking hater..

the best thing would be to rock that LV1."
Hahahaha
     
April 5, 2012 05:20 AM
TRACKER
From: St. Helena, Ca
149 posts
5 bikes
^^ #thatrarebasedswag.
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April 5, 2012 06:08 AM
jerrytheebeast
From: Sacramento, California.. you troll.
50 posts
1 bike
Stop hating on Jerry's swag guyz.

Aye Jerry, you're the best.
     
April 6, 2012 04:15 PM
The frame is built around the fork, so go with the unknown fork. The thing is Leader and Visp does make crappy aluminum... But Unknown keeps their prices fair. I mean $170 for a frame, I'm not mad at that.

Good choice on the Lv1. The Lv2 is cheaply made and clunky.
I actually really like my Lv1, but it is still based on preference.
     
April 9, 2012 04:18 AM
HiMyNameIsEricko
From: Long Beach, CA
7 posts
4 bikes

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