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Old 01-11-21, 09:45 AM
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Originally Posted by TricycleTom View Post
I would like to replace the fork on an old Jeunet 12 bike with a 24 1/2" frame and 27" tires My LBS can only recommend finding one on an old bike. I've been wondering about ordering one from a custom frame builder. Any suggestions?
I have a very nice Trek fork from a 1979 900 model. The 900 was Trek's best bike at the time, the fork is made from Columbus SP. The frame was 25 inch and will fit 27 inch wheel, so this might fit perfectly. I'd be willing to send it to you for s&h.

My question is if your frame is French tubing with French threading. Can you determine the tubing type and measure the steerer for both length and diameter? Can you post a picture of the Reynolds 531 decal?
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