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Guidance Replacing Trek 4300 fork
Sadly, the current fork is slightly askew and needs to be replaced. I've never done this before so I'd like to start with some guidance on selecting a replacement fork (e.g. sizing, pitfalls, etc).

As mentioned, the bike was a Trek 4300 mountain bike with a 21" or 21.5" frame...

Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks!
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