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Where can I find a white carbon fiber road fork?

Old 08-18-11, 11:26 PM
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Where can I find a white carbon fiber road fork?

Greetings --

Sorry if I posted in a wrong forum.

Does anyone know of a place where I can buy a white carbon fiber fork for a road bike? I tried ebay, nashbar, jensen....nothing. I tried amazon and searched pages and pages of google results.

Can anyone help?
Thanks in advance.
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Old 08-19-11, 01:37 AM
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Buy a regular one and have it painted.
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Carbon Forks are dangerous. Get a Crome/Moly fork.

By the way, the term "White Carbon" refers to a composite, of Carbon Fiber overlaid with Fiberglass. Please, to avoid confusion, don't say "White Carbon" unless you mean a Carbon/Glass Composite.

Unless that's what you meant?
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Opps...I meant a carbon fiber fork that is colored white. Sorry for the confusion.

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Carbon Forks are dangerous. Get a Crome/Moly fork.

By the way, the term "White Carbon" refers to a composite, of Carbon Fiber overlaid with Fiberglass. Please, to avoid confusion, don't say "White Carbon" unless you mean a Carbon/Glass Composite.

Unless that's what you meant?
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