Bicycle Mechanics - carbon fork headset compatability question
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03-10-05, 11:31 AM
if you bike has a Integrated Headset do you need a special fork if you were to replace your current fork?
03-10-05, 11:43 AM
In theory you would need an integrated headset fork which has a flattened crown. I've heard people get away with a standard fork though.
In theory you would need an integrated headset fork which has a flattened crown. I've heard people get away with a standard fork though.Yeah, the integrated just looks like it 'belongs'.
03-10-05, 12:20 PM
Conversely I have a beater non integrated headset bike with a Reynolds Ouzo integrated fork. Doesn't look at that weird.
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