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Old 02-19-04, 04:14 PM
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Trying to find a titanium fork for my road bike

Hi all, I was wondering if ya'll could point me in a direction. Im having a custom titanium bike made and I am trying to find a manufacturer of titanium forks. I've checked out merlin, litespeed, airborne etc and no one seems to have a titanium fork for road bikes. Carbon or steel is all I can find. Could anyone point me in a direction. Thanks
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Old 02-19-04, 04:41 PM
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I dont think they make titanium forks, but i could be wrong. Do a google search or something.
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Morati Ti forks- they are amazing.
Frishy used them in UCI competition.
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http://www.speedgoat.com/prod/store/...cid=8&m=Morati

Check em out.....
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You folks ROCK, thanks for the morati hookup
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Hi,
here is another Ti fork. SInce I have never seen either, I have no idea how they compare. http://www.schwabcycles.com/cgi/wc.d...og~DETAIL~2014
Been thinking about getting one myself.
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Titanium Fork

Check this company out:

http://www.aerolite.ca/prices.html
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You can get a carbon fork with a ti steerer--Serotta, Kestrel and others. Teledyne made ti forks in the 1970s and they were dogs, failed more often than any part of the frame did.
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