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Old 03-27-08, 07:15 PM   #1
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700c disc forks?

Didn't know where to put this. Not looking for suspension forks, but interested in finding out what forks are available for 700c wheels. Cyclocross?, tandem? some hybrids? some mtn bikes?

Ideas on where to look will be appreciated. thanks
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...there's tons more.
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on-one, redline, whitebros, pace/dtswiss, winwood, etc.
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Thanks seattle.

BTW, what's a cyclocross fork?

I only found bontrager and easton. Woundup's website has problems and nashbar is too suspect for a fork.

Again, thanks to those who replied
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Almost any 700c disc brake or cantilever fork with clearance for 30mm tyres or larger.
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what's wrong with Nashbar? in most cases, it's just "name brand" stuff re-badged (or "de-badged," if you prefer). i've got a Nashbar frame and carbon disc fork that i've not had any issues with.
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I picked up the Nashbar carbon disc cyclocross fork a couple years back. Its worked out great, appears to be a rebadged winwood fork for a decent price. Has space for fenders if your a commuter.
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The Kona Project 2 suits the bill.
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what's wrong with Nashbar? in most cases, it's just "name brand" stuff re-badged (or "de-badged," if you prefer). i've got a Nashbar frame and carbon disc fork that i've not had any issues with.
Some Nashbar stuff is find (their canti brakes for example), but some of it is rubbish (their panniers for example). To make matters worse their re-badged products are often more expensive that the original.
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pfft. that's where being a canny consumer and and research comes in.
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pfft. that's where being a canny consumer and and research comes in.
What's the point of buying house brand goods when the name brand ones are cheaper?
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Dimension Cyclsocross fork. You can get it at universalcycles.com for $55

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uh, research? if the name brand is cheaper, buy it. i thought that was pretty obvious. i am not an impulse shopper.
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uh, research? if the name brand is cheaper, buy it. i thought that was pretty obvious. i am not an impulse shopper.
You asked what was wrong with Nashbar branded products. I simply told you.
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