It's a long story. I bought a frame and when it shipped, it came with a small crack in the downtube section (about 0.125" in diameter). I got the frame warrantied and replaced but I sent the old frame to Calfee to get fixed up. Now I'd like to build this fixed up frame back up. I just don't know which fork/headset to buy.
2003 Specialized Hardrock, 2004 LOOK KG386i, 2005 Iron Horse Warrior Expert, 2009 Pedal Force CX1
Ok, I was just curious and it might have affected my response. As far as I know, any road fork with the right size steerer tube should work. For the headset, it gets a little more tricky. There are at least a few variations on integrated headsets out there, depending on which headtube size/style you have. I would recommend contacting Jamis and getting a list of all compatible headsets, or at least ones they recommend or what dimension to look for when finding a replacement.
Thanks for the input! I was worried that a fork wouldn't fit for some unforeseen reason. As for the headset, I'll go and measure the frame and make sure that it's a Cane Creek standard. The headsets on the Cane Creek website for integrated systems don't match what's on the bike. That's got me a little worried.
Yeah, I would be asking someone why they were replacing stuff on an almost brand new bike too. I guess I should have included the whole story in the first post. I guess I didn't want to inundate people with details.