|Straight blade Steel Cross Fork||snwbdrhoon|
Feb 26, 2003 3:00 PM
|Looking for a good deal on a straight blade, 1" steel cross fork. Threadless. Options?|
|re: Straight blade Steel Cross Fork||James_M|
Feb 26, 2003 3:44 PM
|Call Bikeman (www.bikeman.com) and see if they have a 1" Kona P2 Cross fork, there is a post below regarding their availability in 1". I just bought a used P2 (1 1/8) because the only other straight bladed forks I found (Kelly, Vicious, Scyip) were upwards of $200.00 or more unless you can find one used. .|
|re: Straight blade Steel Cross Fork||DropTheHammer|
Feb 26, 2003 4:03 PM
|Or try www.webcyclery.com|
|re: Straight blade Steel Cross Fork||buffalosorrow|
Feb 26, 2003 4:47 PM
|A new Serotta maroon 1" straight blade fork went on ebay for $46. Good deals are to be found.|
|re: Straight blade Steel Cross Fork||DWI-65|
Feb 26, 2003 5:20 PM
|I have one available. Let me know if interested.
Sycip 1" threadless 230mm steerer.
|re: Straight blade Steel Cross Fork||snwbdrhoon|
Feb 26, 2003 7:28 PM
|Thanks guys. I'll be in touch!
|Since Kelly was mentioned, opinions?||FTMD|
Feb 27, 2003 9:45 AM
|My current fork is a noodle -- visibly flexing under braking. I was looking at the Kelly, as it's 1 inch, straight leg,comes in black (needed color), and it's steel, which I want to stay with. Any real world experience with this fork? Stiffness, damping, width of tires accepted, etc?
Thanks in advance.