Threadless fork in old steel frame?
OK. I have an Lemond road bike that is about 10 years old (give or take a few). It is a steel frame Alp d'Huez that has served me well. Recently I got nailed by car (at slow speed so it wasn't too bad -- only broke collar bone) and the "Edge" carbon fiber fork broke. Frame is a little scratched but that is about it. While it is probably time to just but a complete new frame, I'm not sure I want to do that right now (I need to ride at least while I'm planning and figuring out what to get). The old fork used the old quill style stem (lately converted to the threadless adapter to use a threadless stem (needed for the oversize handlebars). Looking for a replacement fork, all I really see is threadless forks. Can I use a new threadless fork with the old steel frame that used a threaded fork? Is so, what do I need to make this work? Can I keep the current Campy headset or do I need a different type of headset? If it is not possible, does anyone know where I can get an old-style threaded fork? Thanks for the help.