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Old 10-04-08, 08:07 AM   #1
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Fork for a Schwinn Madison

Hey, I just got a Schwinn Madison frame and I need a fork for it... can anybody recommend one that would work? Would any fork fit? I don't know much about this so any help would be appreciated, thanks a lot
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You'll need one that is a "1 1/8 inch, threadless." Make sure it's for a 700c wheel size. If you plan on running a rack or fender, then make sure it has eyelets near the dropouts (at bottom).
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Is the orig fork bent? or do you just not like the orig fork? Just wondering
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^^^ His post sounds like he acquired only the frame.
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Hey, I just got a Schwinn Madison frame and I need a fork for it... can anybody recommend one that would work? Would any fork fit? I don't know much about this so any help would be appreciated, thanks a lot
Is it the original Madison or the new version?
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Its the 2007 version..
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get a chrome one from spicer
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did you try bike island?
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