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    Alpha Q CX20 clearance!

    I see that they are clearing these out some places - no longer in production?

    I did a search on this forum and saw great reviews about this fork, but was wondering about the clearance for tires? The pics I have seen of it look like it doesn't have much room for certain tires/mud, anyone have experience?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuna
    I see that they are clearing these out some places - no longer in production?
    B, you're fast enough without a lighter bike. ;)

    True Temper (maker of the Alpha Q forks) filled for bankruptcy. Prices should be low, but it likely means that there is no warranty in the future.

    http://www.bicycleretailer.com/news/...tail/3265.html

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    I would like to know where they are clearing them out and for how much.

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    I've had my AlphaQ on my bike for approx 1 year, and I've never had a mud clearance prob. I've run both Continental Speed Kings in 35C and Vred Premiato's in 35C (measures more like a 32C) and no issues whatsoever with clearance.
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