Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - quick question: value of used surly fork
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11-14-05, 11:29 AM
i'm trading something for one. what would you guys ballpark the dollar value at - $50?
11-14-05, 11:41 AM
Probably not anything more than that.
11-14-05, 01:29 PM
eddie your fork debauchery is inriguing. What are you going to end up with...
11-14-05, 02:30 PM
:lol: i decided that since i no longer have a brake on my bicycle i wanted a nice traditional track fork. stupid clearance, no holes, flat shoulders, round tubes.
jeff at busy bee said he had this surly fork that fit the bill (hence the question), but it turned out to be threadless. so i'm back on the hunt
11-14-05, 02:35 PM
Admit it you've just got a fork fetish. There's no shame in that.
Of course if I traded forks with you, I'd have to have yours autoclaved. :P
11-14-05, 02:44 PM
who told you? dammit mattface WHO TOLD YOU??????
11-14-05, 02:46 PM
Surly forks are drilled for a brake anyways...at least mine is.
11-14-05, 03:00 PM
yea turned out it was. i would have been ok with it though. it was right in every other way other than it was threadless. i pass a brown steamroller on elizabeth street every day and that's threaded, so i figured it was going to be fine.
11-14-05, 03:07 PM
Older Steamrollers are threaded.
New ones are threadless.
Yeah, Surly forks have crazy clearance on them. Regardless, I bought mine (threadless) for $30 or $35 off of someone on Craig's List.
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