I'm considering two options:
Threadless with >=19mm steerer length or with a threaded steerer of =>14mm.
Disc or rim brake etc will help
It doesn't really matter. This fork is to be used on a fgfs bike.
I've got a pair of re-sprayed Tange double butted rigid forks for 26 inch wheel.
Not disc, but will take V-brakes or canti's
Threaded threaded 19.5cm steerer length, of which the top 9.3cm is threaded.
You should be able to use these with a threadless headset, or you can cut to 14cm leaving 5.3cm thread. Colour is Bugatti Blue.
Ignore Colnago sticker!
£25 +P&P if you want them,
Pic of the fork for you,
Last one (I haven't figured how to add more than 1 attachment each time....!)
Thank you for your time, Simon. I will think about it and let you know in a private message. Have a nice day.
i have a chrome straight bladed 1 inch threaded (would need to check the steerer length) and also a red and black bladed bontrager threadless.
i will get some photos either sound suitable?
Would love to see the threadless one, please
Am I wrong to think it's for 700c wheels?
yes, sorry. ignore me
Don't worry. Thanks for replying :)
i bought a NOS softride one from ebay for my 650c kiddy bike last year.
Sorry for the late reply. Gorgeous fork, but it's not suitable for my build as I'm building FGFS bike and if I had a fork like that I would be as protective as it was my child. Thanks for the reply!
I have a Project 2, good as new
As a slightly rattier option here is a 1" rigid steel fork
The threaded steerer is 150mm, and axle to crown measurement is 395mm.
There are Canti brake mounts spaced for a 26 inch wheel.
£9 + P&P if you want them, can collect or deliver from haggerston if that works out. The monies will go to a Hackney charity.
The last RC30 sold on eBay fetched £201.01, about two years ago. I saw that yesterday.
I believe they were making them with only 1/8 steerers or am I wrong?
posted by accident
Sure, let me know more
Thanks for the reply, I'm still looking for threadless one. I'll keep you in mind
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