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CF Cross Fork w/Fender mount??

Old 03-06-09, 10:01 AM
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CF Cross Fork w/Fender mount??

Good morning, not having much luck elsewhere so I thought I would try here.

I am looking for a CF Cross fork (with canti's) that has eyelets and a mount at the crown for SKS type fenders. The pics on the manufactures sites don't ever show the back. The Easton EC70x and EC90x look from the side like it might have this feature, but even when I called Easton customer support - they didn't know - which I thought was a little weird.

Thanks in advance for any insight that you can offer.
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Nashbar had one and I think Wound Up may even have one....

edit- there are at least 3 forks here that have eyelets...
https://cyclocrossworld.stores.yahoo.net/forks.html
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I ordered by Easton EC90X fork not long ago. I'll let you know if it has it or not when I get it.
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Thanks Lycc825. I did just talk with someone today that said the EC70x does indeed have a fender mount thread on the back of the crown so I am hopeful the EC90X does too. I am really leaning toward the Eastons...so that will at least give me a choice if they both have it.
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