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Old 04-14-05, 07:49 PM   #1
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Track Fork

I'll post this on the SS/FG forum too, but thought I'd start here since it is track specific. . . need a new fork for a frame I just got. I want it cheap . . . any suggestions? It's an Orbea track with a 1 1/8" integrated headset. It would be nice if it were all carbon, but I' not finding anything reasonable with 40mm of rake, much less track specific. I can deal with a brake hole, but I would rather not. Also, since it's an integrated headset, do I need an INTEGRATED fork? I have read no, but would this just be an aesthetic preference (integrated specific fork + integrated headtube = sleeker (sp?) lines)? Thanks
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