Join Date: May 2002
Bikes: 2010 Cervelo RS. Marinoni touring bike. Kona Tanuki MTB. Specialized Hardrock (commuter). Raleigh (early 80s) Super Gran Prix.
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If you want to replace it with another carbon fork with threaded steerer tube, you may be hard pressed to find one.
However, replacing it with a steel or aluminum fork with threaded steerer tube will be much more possible as there are many out there.
Going to a threadless system will be more expensive as you need new stem and spacers, but not hugely more expensive.
There are advantages each has over the other (threaded Vs threadless) but you'll have to decide your preference.
You'll need to know your current rake which is measured from the steerer tube centre to the axyle centre. Using a laser light (one of those laster pointers) position it in the centre of the steerer tube projected onto a table, measure from the laser light to the axyle centre will give you your rake.