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PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2007 1:27 am 
Ain't no party like an S Club party
Ain't no party like an S Club party
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Carsten wrote:
polo66 wrote:
do you think there's a risk to break the frame and the fork without it?


no idea but i would carefully check those areas after each ride for cracks.

just to give you an idea: the Attitude rigid fork in that size weighs 610grams and the Adroit fork 560grams so they took away quite a bit of material.

Carsten


Could this not be addressed with carbon wrapping?

I have a huge amount of this sitting in an old freezer. Cut to size, apply (already resined) and allow to air cool over a radiator or on low heat in oven.

Came from a mate working at a medical implants manufacturers and has been sat below freezing for about three years now whilst I consider making some brake boosters and other bits and bobs...!

If anyone thinks this would work I'll happily send you some over...


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