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Old 01-09-10, 03:42 PM
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mander
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I'm with Retro Grouch. The bottom of a fork is self draining---if water gets in up the hole, it can get right back out again the way it came. Just spray in some framesaver and forget it. On the other hand, if you plug it with a cork and any water gets in by other means (around the quill stem, under the headset cap, or whatever), then that's where it'll stay, and that's not good.
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