Old 05-05-20, 07:19 AM
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TimbyMaTombo
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I'll need to go add some comments elsewhere to get my post count up to 10 so I can link images but when I do, I'll post the pictures of the damage. I picked the bike up for pretty cheap so I'm not wanting spend more than I paid overall on a new fork.

You're correct that I meant steel rather than alloy. There is a steel 1" threaded LeMond fork on eBay right now for pretty cheap that I'd be tempted to swap over; assuming I can get a threaded headset and quill for less overall than a new carbon fork. I just don't like the idea of my fork catastrophically failing while I'm riding.

Will return with pictures when I can. If I were to take the fork to get professionally inspected, is that something I would take to an LBS?
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