Recommendations for a nice steel road fork?



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Robert Canon

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Any recommendations for a nice steel road fork? I'm thinking IF but I'm open to other suggestions I
may not have considered.
 
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"Robert Canon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Any recommendations for a nice steel road fork? I'm thinking IF but I'm open to other suggestions
> I may not have considered.
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Why not talk to a steel frame builder like Richard Sachs, Albert Eisentraut, Roland Della Santa or
Curt Goodrich and see what they offer. After all, if you're gonna spend the money on a new fork, you
might as well get a nice one made, e.g., something with a nice fork crown....
 
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rcanon-<< Any recommendations for a nice steel road fork? I'm thinking IF but I'm open to other
suggestions I may not have considered. >><BR><BR>

http://www,nobilettecycles.com

Mark Nobilette...custom forks

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(303)440-3535 http://www.vecchios.com "Ruote convenzionali costruite eccezionalmente bene"
 
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Todd Kuzma

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Robert Canon wrote:
> Any recommendations for a nice steel road fork? I'm thinking IF but I'm open to other suggestions
> I may not have considered.

A number of builders can make you a nice fork. However, be sure that the fork is made with the
proper offset and length for your frame.

Additionally, it looks like IF only makes unicrown forks. I would skip that and look for a good
crowned fork as these are generally lighter and ride better.

Todd Kuzma Heron Bicycles LaSalle, Il 815-223-1776 http://www.heronbicycles.com
 
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