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Seeking 27" Chromemolly fork(6 posts)

Seeking 27" Chromemolly forkTrux
Apr 8, 2003 9:57 AM
Anyone know where I can find a Reynolds 531 Chromemolly fork for a 27" wheel? It was on a 27" 1977 Libertas from
Belgium. It is a luged, painted/polished chrome fork.
How nice?TJeanloz
Apr 8, 2003 10:01 AM
Any bike shop can get a crappy one from J&B importers.

Other than that, I think you might have to go custom at this point to get a nice 27" fork.
No such thing!Alexx
Apr 8, 2003 11:16 AM
Reynolds 531 is a chromium-manganese steel alloy, not a cro-mo alloy. If you want cro-mo, any bike shop would have a cheapo available, but these guys probably have the best price:

http://www.bikeusa.com/

Otherwise, I'm pretty sure nobody makes any forks in 531 anymore. At least not in 27" size....
No such thing!russw19
Apr 8, 2003 8:59 PM
You may be able to find one from a touring bike company, but my recommendation if you really want a good 27" fork (as Alexx points out, not too many around anymore) would be to contact a frame builder and special order one. Have someone make you a custom fork... it wouldn't be hard for anyone who normally makes their own forks still.

Russ
These guys can do itcurlybike
Apr 9, 2003 6:43 AM
http://www.hhracinggroup.com/products.htm
Also www.tetcycles.com (nm)TJeanloz
Apr 9, 2003 10:33 AM