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Old 04-07-11, 08:07 PM
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^^

that's what i was gonna say. just turn it backwards!

(real answer: consider that the whole bike is a system. you don't just slap a new fork on a frame not designed for it, in order to make it 'tighter'. you want a short-wheelbase, instant-response track bike? buy one. don't put a track fork on your tourer.)
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