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Old 09-22-06, 09:54 AM   #1
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Easy Way To Tell Integrated Fork From Traditional?

I am looking at purchasing a fork online and some sellers don't know if the fork is for an integrated headset or traditional headset. I believe you can use a traditional fork on an integrated headset; however, it is not as cosmetically pleasing.

Is there any way to look at a fork and tell if it integrated or traditional? I think "the flanges" for the integrated headset are larger but is there a measurement or someway I can explain to the sellers how to tell?
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