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Originally Posted by avzay66 View Post
How does one go about finding a framebuilder willing to align a fork on an old vintage bike? No LBS is willing to take a job around here (CT), and all of the local framebuilders are famous and very busy/expensive. Can anybody here point me in a direction of a builder willing to do this in CT or even to have the fork shipped to them?
Where about in CT ?? I have a gauge we could use if you want to stop by (Shown in post #14 below). A little muscle and it will be good as new (almost)

And here's a thread on the subject.

http://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vi...ning-fork.html
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