NCAA - DUAL CHAMPIONS!
Join Date: Mar 2000
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The hardest part is measuring the steerer tube and NOT cutting off too much.
Once you get the race removed off the old fork and put back on the new one, assemble the whole thing, then play around adding some spacers and finding the preferred stem height. Then and only then should you make a mark as to where to cut the steerer tube.
Measure Twice, Cut Once!
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