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Old 05-15-07, 06:46 PM   #1
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Source for quality steerer tubes?


I'm working on lengthening (or rather, torching out and replacing) the steerer tube on a steel Guerciotti fork I am adapting to fit into a 60cm, 1978 Guerciotti I am restoring. The fork I have has a steerer about an inch too short, hence the new steerer tube.

Although I have read up quite a bit on framebuilding, I am not too familiar with the suppliers of frame components. Would anyone here be able to recommend a supplier for 1" threaded (Italian or English) steerer tubes?

Thanks a bunch!

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