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Raising threadless forks

NubsterNubster Posts: 14
edited June 2013 in The workshop
I'm considering replacing a suspension fork on a MTB frame with a rigid fork, for commuting. The forks will, I assume, be shorter than the suspension forks due to the added height the suspension adds, which will cause the bike to dip forward. Can I add spacers to the bottom of the steerer tube, sitting on the crown, to effectively lengthen the forks?


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