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1 inch road fork

Down the RoadDown the Road Posts: 949
edited November 2007 in Workshop
Started building an old scholl bike up for a project and need a pair of STEEL or ALLOY 1 inch forks.

Desperate as none of our local stores have an old pair kicking around.

Anyone help?
Racing is life - everything else is just waiting

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  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,678
    Started building an old scholl bike up for a project and need a pair of STEEL or ALLOY 1 inch forks.

    Desperate as none of our local stores have an old pair kicking around.

    Anyone help?

    Long reach or short reach.
    Minimum steerer length?

    P.S. What is a 'scholl' bike?
  • whitley wrote:
    Started building an old scholl bike up for a project and need a pair of STEEL or ALLOY 1 inch forks.

    Desperate as none of our local stores have an old pair kicking around.

    Anyone help?

    Long reach or short reach.
    Minimum steerer length?

    P.S. What is a 'scholl' bike?

    Let's see Desperate is the key word here so is help Seeing you are as useless asd a one legged man at an censored kicking comment I'll wait for a useful reply

    Good to see you are giving your employer value for money
    Racing is life - everything else is just waiting
  • dennisndennisn Posts: 10,561
    www.excelsports.com sells Gios chrome 1" steel forks. Only problem is it's in the
    good old USA. Not a problem for me but I assume you live across the big duck pond.
    Got to be someone over there selling them.

    Dennis Noward
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,678
    whitley wrote:
    Started building an old scholl bike up for a project and need a pair of STEEL or ALLOY 1 inch forks.

    Desperate as none of our local stores have an old pair kicking around.

    Anyone help?

    Long reach or short reach.
    Minimum steerer length?

    P.S. What is a 'scholl' bike?

    Let's see Desperate is the key word here so is help Seeing you are as useless asd a one legged man at an ars* kicking comment I'll wait for a useful reply

    Good to see you are giving your employer value for money

    Take it you are'nt interested in my forks then .
    I have numerous forks in my workshop,any of which you could have had at a minimal cost. Free even if you paid P&P.
    Your loss .

    A little more attention to detail maybe whilst insulting people,sort of loses it's impact don't you think ?
    "useless asd a one legged man at an ars* kicking comment" :lol:
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,678
    whitley wrote:
    Started building an old scholl bike up for a project and need a pair of STEEL or ALLOY 1 inch forks.

    Desperate as none of our local stores have an old pair kicking around.

    Anyone help?

    Long reach or short reach.
    Minimum steerer length?

    P.S. What is a 'scholl' bike?

    Let's see Desperate is the key word here so is help Seeing you are as useless asd a one legged man at an ars* kicking comment I'll wait for a useful reply

    Good to see you are giving your employer value for money

    Perfectly reasonable questions DTR.
    What's the problem? :o
    What is a scholl?
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,678
    whitley wrote:
    Started building an old scholl bike up for a project and need a pair of STEEL or ALLOY 1 inch forks.

    Desperate as none of our local stores have an old pair kicking around.

    Anyone help?

    Long reach or short reach.
    Minimum steerer length?

    P.S. What is a 'scholl' bike?

    Let's see Desperate is the key word here so is help Seeing you are as useless asd a one legged man at an ars* kicking comment I'll wait for a useful reply

    Good to see you are giving your employer value for money

    What an objectionable person you are.
    I take it you don't understand the questions and therefore feel inferior to the poster who was trying to help you.
    censored
  • acorn_useracorn_user Posts: 1,137
    Order some. KF essentials. Nice Tange fork, around 30 pounds.
  • PaulRidePaulRide Posts: 122
    In case it helps, I have a tomassini full chrome fork made from Columbus SLX tubing. There are a couple just like it on eBay at the moment.

    Completely unused and in perfect condition. It has a 1" threaded steerer and would suit a 55cm frame. It's drilled for brakes and takes a recessed allen-key fitting.

    It's not going to be as cheap as a KF fork but it'll look better! Let me know if you're interested.
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