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PostPosted: Sat Jan 06, 2007 9:58 pm 
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Another quick question, because at some point I want to get some pace rc36 forks for my bike and its 1" headset and the froks nearly always seem to be 1/18 ig I got a set with a 1/18 size steerer tube could I fit a replacement 1inch tube??, sorry if its a bit of a thick question.


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Other people on here have contacted pace in the past and I think you can get a steerer for £30 .


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yeah pace do steerers in 1"-1 1/8" and 1 1/4" for their forks i belive

take it you got forks fer your c/dale

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Nah I've not yet, won't be for a couple of months yet but just didn't want to go and get one with a 11/8 steerer only to find I can't replace it with a 1inch, so even though the fork is designed for a 11/8 steerer I could buy a 1" from pace and swap it over then yeah?


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yup.


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Cool I know not to worry about the steerer size now then just to remember its gonna cost me an extra 30squid to change it hehe. Cheers for the help.


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i put a pair of bomber mxc's on my pace as they were the only affordable
1" forks i could find £130 from my lbs but chain reaction do them
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