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Old 03-06-05, 09:04 PM
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bmichaelx
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Before you buy thefork you should make sure that the dropouts on the fork match with your front axel size. If you buy the fork from dans it will have most likely have an option for what dropout size you need. I would suggest not trying to install the fork on you own if your just getting introduced to BMX now because if you do try and put it on you have to mess around with headset crap and taking off your stem ect. I would suggest to bringing the new fork and the whole bike straight to a bike shop and letting them do the dirty work.
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