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Originally Posted by tetonrider View Post
fork removal is pretty trivial. in fact, it is better/faster/easier than removing bars. when you drop the fork you can leave stem & bars attached to one another.
Agree. I leave stem attached to bars on my Ritchey. I could just as easily remove fork too at that point but not required.
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