Just picked up on latest replies, it doesn't prod me every time someone replies for some reason..
Yes as has already been said your forks will be 1 1/8; however the earlier frames are 1", for anyone else looking.
Just as a follow up, the bike is running beautifully; I'd ride it more if it wasn't that I was afraid of where/how I locked it up. My only criticism is that it has probably worked out heavier than my Joe Murray '93 in all its original MTB livery, but it's smooth, responsive, fast, and takes so little effort to tootle around on I'm more than happy (in fact ridiculously happy...dog-sticking-head-out-of-car-window-with-tongue-lolling-about happy). It does make the '93 feel slow, so I've done my job well...
Latest additions have been as superb Lionworks bell, can't recommend enough, from http://www.lionbellworks.co.uk/
all brass and stainless steel and LOUD. I clamped it to the side of the frame, not the bars, its fits very well. A picture might happen at some point. Also have obtained some Crud Roadracer II mudguards, which of course will require some 'tweaking' to fit (good clearances, just my frame geometry an issue!), but I'm used to it..
The longer it sits next to me at my desk (it's practically an armrest) the more its going to get things added when I have pennies to spend on fleabay, ha.
1993 Kona Hahanna 14" "The Beast" in two tone red/silver
1993 Kona Hahanna 14" - the CHROME project (don't ask. But it will be pretty)
1998 Kona Hahanna 14", named "Aries", in scarlet red
1994 Kona Hahanna 14" codename 'Death Bike', currently ratty rusty royal blue, one day satin black + carbon
RESCUE HOME FOR:
Any 14" Kona Hahanna frame 1993-2000 + compatible parts...+ incompatible parts, I suppose..since I always tend to 'find a way'...oh well, just parts generally....WANTED: Propulsion/equilibrium tires, atm