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Old 07-21-07, 11:58 AM   #1
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steerer tube question

please help how can i find out the length of my steerer tube, im looking to buy a new fork but can not afford a new one. i am looking to buy a used one but dont want to buy one with a too short steerer tube .i have a 16 inch bike if that helps
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Old 07-21-07, 01:06 PM   #2
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Why not measure your old one?
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please help how can i find out the length of my steerer tube, im looking to buy a new fork but can not afford a new one. i am looking to buy a used one but dont want to buy one with a too short steerer tube .i have a 16 inch bike if that helps
If you don't have your old fork for comparison, you can try to mock up your stem and headset/ cups and measure bottom of cup to top of headset.
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See if this link helps: http://www.parktool.com/repair/readhowto.asp?id=115
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