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01-27-23, 07:36 AM
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Posted By Redbullet

Agree in principle. But being an old secondhand...

Agree in principle. But being an old secondhand bike, I do not know what kind of abuse it took. Crash replacement would not work, since it is a secondhand bike with no purchase documents and unknown...
01-26-23, 03:32 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 522
Posted By Redbullet

Thanks. I want to upgrade a secondhand bike...

Thanks.

I want to upgrade a secondhand bike that I used a few years on the smart trainer. I think that a minimum safety measure before using it on the road would be replacing the old fork. So, I...
01-26-23, 04:08 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 522
Posted By Redbullet

Thanks. Yes, rim brake and QR. I don't know...

Thanks.
Yes, rim brake and QR. I don't know that brand and I am not very happy to buy from Ebay (you don't know what you really receive, and a fork is a very important component). But I shall look...
01-26-23, 03:24 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 522
Posted By Redbullet

Thanks. I am asking because tapered looks to me...

Thanks. I am asking because tapered looks to me too expensive for (probably) no benefit. For example, I can find Columbus 1 1/8 for around 250 EUR. But for tapered 1 ⅛ – 1 I can only find Enve at...
01-25-23, 01:29 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 522
Posted By Redbullet

The cups are integrated - part of the carbon...

The cups are integrated - part of the carbon frame: 1 ⅛ inch at top, 1 at bottom above the fork blades. I can't change those, as they are parts of the carbon frame. The headset if FSA, with 2...
01-25-23, 12:28 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 522
Posted By Redbullet

Thanks. Actual fork is 1 ⅛ – 1 . Is it...

Thanks.
Actual fork is 1 ⅛ – 1 . Is it possible just to use some sort of adaptor to increase from a new 1 ⅛ to the old 1 diameter and use the original headset, incl. bearings?
Headset cup is...
01-25-23, 12:05 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 522
Posted By Redbullet

Road bike carbon fork: tapered or not

Grateful if somebody can explain me:

What are the advantages of tapered 1 ⅛ 1 inch carbon fork over non tapered 1 ⅛ for road bike? I saw that tapered is usually more expensive.
Can I use...
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