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What's a good, inexpensive steel fork?(4 posts)

What's a good, inexpensive steel fork?Colin S.
Dec 5, 2001 7:35 PM
Hi. Well, I need a new fork and can in no way afford any of the offering from Vicious or Kelly -- any ideas? Kona's P2 is $60 I think, and the Soma Fab. forks are $80. I really don't want to spend more than the $60 for the Kona, but if it comes down to it... Any thoughts? I'm coming off the stock alu (Kinesis?) fork on my Redline. I figure I get a nice steel fork now, and a nice frame later.

Colin S.
re: What's a good, inexpensive steel fork?canal_pdx
Dec 6, 2001 3:04 PM
I've heard that Surly makes a decent one for around $70 - $80. I haven't tried it myself.

cp
good OR inexpensivethink again
Dec 7, 2001 5:21 AM
pick one.... for the cheap, a tange @ $50 seems to be one of the better deals out there
Really REALLY cheaptriangleforge
Dec 7, 2001 8:58 AM
Bike Nashbar currently has their Cro-Moly "Touring" fork on sale for $19.95 -- 700c tires, canti bosses, etc.