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The fork section is missing non suspension forks for mtb.
Although there are lots of beefy non-suspension carbon forks for mountain bikes that can be well represented by the first style of fork in the fork dialog box, I assume you are looking for a fork more in the style of a suspension fork, just with rigid legs. Below is a screen shot from the free online version of BikeCAD where you can see the option to uncheck Suspension which will result in a rigid fork.
thanks, this seems to adjust the geometry but the the model doesnt change. Still shows the top caps for example.
When the Suspension checkbox is unchecked, the lowers will be removed from the forks. This seems like the crucial differentiator between suspension and non-suspension forks. You've pointed out that the top caps are still there. While a non-suspension fork would not have a need for compression adjustment, those top caps don't necessarily have to represent a tuning knob. You can change the color to match that of the fork legs, or set dimension F to zero to eliminate the caps all together.
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