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Old 11-28-06, 09:43 AM
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slowandsteady
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Originally Posted by Falkon
cutting and threading a threaded fork really really sucks.
My MTB has a threaded fork. I have never had to cut nor thread it. Unless you are buying a new fork, no one has to mess with their existing fork. It is a solution to a problem that affects a very small group people and inconveniences the rest of us.
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