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91 trek 1400 Head tube size?

Old 04-21-11, 01:54 PM
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91 trek 1400 Head tube size?

I snatched up this frame the other day, mainly because the seller was selling it for 80$ with Sante shifters and a rear santre brake attached. Anyway I cant find much documentation on this frame size wise, is it 1" fork or 1 1/8?
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Should measure 30.2mm ID - which would be a 1" fork. But I would always measure it myself.
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Thanks, yeah I stuck a 1" fork I had lying around and it looked like it fit right. But better safe than sorry...
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My 2001 Trek 1000 is a 1"
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