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Old 09-21-16, 10:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Bill Kapaun View Post
The bike I dealt with was an early 70's Takara road bike. (probably about1973?)
Even though the forks appeared rather spindly, there was no way I could force a 100mm hub into them without EXTREME effort.
My reference to designed 96mm forks was limited to Raleigh built bikes of a certain era. These forks are clearly recognizable by the 5/16" keyhole slot that opens to a 7/16 round. (both dimensions are approx.)
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