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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:12 pm 
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Hi All

Got a basically new pair of Tora TK disk only forks, done about 5 miles and removed. Everything is good apart from the turn-key cap is missing :( The steerer is 210mm long. 100mm travel.

Looking for £50 + Postage at cost


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Couple of questions for tentative enquiry....

How do you adjust travel without turnkey?

What year are they?

And assume they are the coil version not air? Do you know rough weight?


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Could be adjusted with a spanner or strong fingers


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hey bud these still up for grabs


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Yes they are :wink:


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coomber wrote:
Couple of questions for tentative enquiry....

How do you adjust travel without turnkey?

What year are they?

And assume they are the coil version not air? Do you know rough weight?


WLT know answers to these questions... obv Coomber has dibs, over me anyway :wink:


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2011 9:21 am 
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Hi Dead rats

Tommy 1979 has the dibs at the mo,

Cyfa has answered the first question above :wink:
They are 2011 model and have the coil spring and weigh aprox 2.1 kg so not the lightest in the world but not the heaviest either :lol:

Cheers

Mark :D


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The tora's seem to be a sh*t hot budget fork it would seem!


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Dead Rats wrote:
coomber wrote:
Couple of questions for tentative enquiry....

How do you adjust travel without turnkey?

What year are they?

And assume they are the coil version not air? Do you know rough weight?


WLT know answers to these questions... obv Coomber has dibs, over me anyway :wink:


This was a while ago mate, I've been out for a while - I had a change of plan. Over to you chap.


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