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chas60422
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Basically any new fork would fit.  The only thing you need to do is remove the crown race from the old fork onto the new one and the cut the steerer tube to the correct hieght.  You can do this yourself (not recommended if you’ve never done this before or don’t have the tools) or take the fork to your local bike shop.  I’d recommend the Fox Float series RL.  It has rebound and lockout control.  You’re disc brake should fit on it.  A lot of 2009 are on sale but going fast.  For a 4-banger, I’d get a 100mm shock.  For a hardtail, either 80-100mm would work. 

If you’re selling just the frame, shock and fork, a lot depends on the condition of the bike and the right timing.  Most likely the fork will be discarded for a newer one the buyer may have.  You might be able to sell the frame easier if it was just the frame, rear shock, and hard to find components like that special rear brake make by Hayes that isn’t sold anymore. 

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