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Anyone know where to get a threaded carbon fork cheap?(9 posts)

Anyone know where to get a threaded carbon fork cheap?konapunk
Nov 28, 2001 11:43 AM
I am looking for an inexpensive threaded carbon fork. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any help.

No Such Animalgrzy
Nov 28, 2001 12:08 PM
Threading CF doesn't work too well - that is not at all. You're cutting across the very thing that gives the structure it's integrity (i.e. the actual carbon fibers).

If you want a carbon steerer then you're going to have to suck it up and go threadless.
maybe he means carbon blades, threaded steerer?nm
Nov 28, 2001 12:13 PM
ya grump
Maybe. Maybe not.grzy
Nov 28, 2001 3:28 PM
Maybe he needs to clarify his question. Maybe.

People actually go looking for threaded carbon steerer forks.
re: Anyone know where to get a threaded carbon fork cheap?Akirasho
Nov 28, 2001 1:22 PM
... give these a try.

Pay attention to the steerer length and size...

I make no claims about the products they might offer...

What do you consider "cheap"?

We abide.

Remain In Light.
this should work....dupe
Nov 28, 2001 1:38 PM
dont know about their claims but they are good. any cheaper than this i wouldn't be to keen on riding.

""The first, and even after years of imitations, still the highest-rated composite road fork in the world. Invented by Kestrel engineers in 1989 and constantly refined. The patented EMS fork is available with 1" diameter steerers in 4130 CroMo (total 1.1 lb) for 700C or 650C wheels. Lifetime Warranty. The perfect upgrade to your existing road bike while saving up for your Kestrel. Available in Black painted finish. NOW ONLY $125.00!""
Agree ... EMS is a good forkpmf1
Nov 29, 2001 8:33 AM
I've got one of these forks on my Kestrel and its as nice as a Look HSC or Colnago Star (on my other two bikes). Not as light because it has a steel steerer. As Grzy points out, you cannot get a threaded carbon fork with a carbon steerer. If you're looking for a good deal on a dependable, nice riding threaded carbon fork, you cannot beat it an EMS for $125.
from your local "booster"?? (nm)Rusty McNasty
Nov 28, 2001 2:16 PM
re: Anyone know where to get a threaded carbon fork cheap?cycos
Nov 30, 2001 5:05 AM
I've got a slightly used Time Equip Pro 1" cromoly steerer carbon bladed for sale cheap.