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  • That's what I've done on chainstays in the past, but I think they'd be a bit big for forks. I suspect that you wouldn't end up with any of the fork blades left once you'd taken off enough material for the bosses. Also, the way they're designed means that you'd have the hole for the bolt exposed on the front of the fork, which I think would look a bit fugly. What I'm thinking of is something similar, but rather than an open tube at the rear having a top-hat shaped insert to go into the fork leg.

  • open tube at the rear having a top-hat shaped insert to go into the fork leg

    I'm struggling to visualise this. Where are the drawings you promised?

  • Where are the drawings you promised?

    In my head. I've spent all day travelling to and from Canterbury, and Southeastern trains are not conducive to careful CAD work.

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