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OrangeRetro

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The weight is 1.85lbs (pg = 2.35lbs)

They weigh 900g or 1.98lbs.. :?

That seems to be inbetween these two weights more more towards the triple butted. We'll say that the modern paint is a bit heavier.. :LOL:

I'm claiming TB and a complete ebay bargain!! :D
 

Anthony

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OrangeRetro":3gtb7x4c said:
The weight is 1.85lbs (pg = 2.35lbs)
They weigh 900g or 1.98lbs.. :?
That seems to be inbetween these two weights more more towards the triple butted. We'll say that the modern paint is a bit heavier.. :LOL:
I'm claiming TB and a complete ebay bargain!! :D
I think they must be tb - they could well have made them a bit beefier in 2000 than 96/97 and in any case it depends on the length of the (steel) steerer, which adds 10g+ per extra cm
 

janhe

Retro Newbie
I tried my best to use the 'search' and find this info already, but oh well. I have a question about a 26" Kona P2 disc fork. I already had one that I owned twice and yet again have sold it for some reason.

What is the AC on the 26" p2 disc fork (threadless 1 1/8" steerer) And was that fork available in one length only?
 
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