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26" rigid disc fork. Steel, alu or inexpensive carbon
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Author:  Yetidh9 [ Fri Jan 24, 2020 11:15 am ]
Post subject:  26" rigid disc fork. Steel, alu or inexpensive carbon

Hi,
Looking for a rigid fork to test out some monstercross project. There is a nice surley on ebay. But i would rather have one that dont pulls a heavy 1½ kg in the front of the bike... Steerer dont have to be more than say 16-17cm long, 1-1/8".

regards
jakob

Author:  tenbikes [ Fri Jan 24, 2020 2:54 pm ]
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On One 135mm steel ? Not sure what your project is, but a 135 hub would beef things up quite a bit!

Author:  ishaw [ Fri Jan 24, 2020 7:32 pm ]
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I have a carbon/alu kinesis mtb fork. Its uses and I'd need to check the steerer length but I think its long enough for you.

If interested I'll grab some pics.

Author:  Yetidh9 [ Sat Jan 25, 2020 8:26 am ]
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ishaw wrote:
I have a carbon/alu kinesis mtb fork. Its uses and I'd need to check the steerer length but I think its long enough for you.

If interested I'll grab some pics.


That may work. Please send a pic and a suggested price with shipping

@tenbikes. Gonna be to bulky for me with 135

Author:  ishaw [ Sat Jan 25, 2020 1:53 pm ]
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Heres are some pics. It's in decent shape, a few Mark's here and there to the lacquer and black painted parts, but nothing to worry about. Steerer is around 180, axle to crown 450ish.

Iirc its carbon wrapped alloy so a strong fork.

After £50 plus post which should be under a fiver.

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Author:  Yetidh9 [ Mon Jan 27, 2020 1:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 26" rigid disc fork. Steel, alu or inexpensive carbon

Hi Ishaw, Thanks for the pictures.
To be honest, I cant really make up my mind if this is actually the way I want to go. i will have your kind offer in my hear.... But first I think I better be more certain on how i actually want to go with this frame... Sorry for being a bit of a timewaster

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