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    24 and 20 inch rigid disc brake forks

    In case anyone was looking for a nice light fork for a 24 inch build.

    I found these on EBay while looking for other parts

    eXotic Carbon Bike Fork Disc Specific for 24 Inch Wheel | eBay


    Seem like a decent deal for $150
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    Very sweet, they make a 20" disc fork as well.

    eXotic Carbon Bike Fork Disc Specific for 20 Inch Wheel | eBay

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    Wouldn't trust my kids not to wreck anything carbon first time out - that would be the only problem as far as I can see

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    If not carbon than there's always aluminum. I have one of these forks.

    Echo SL 20" Fork at WebCyclery.com

    The axle to crown is a little tall (1/2" taller) compared to the standard 20" suspension forks, but would make a sweet fork for those looking for a rigid.
    Here is another company with quite a few different options.

    20" Forks

    One thing I noticed is the the 24" carbon fork has an axle to crown length of 339mm
    (20" 288mm) were as a 20" suspension fork has a 357mm A-C length (Spinner 20"). I am thinking these fork are not suspension corrected forks.
    I will check to see if the 20" Echo fork I have will fit a 24" wheel.
    Here is a pic of the 20" Echo fork on one of my frames

    24 and 20 inch rigid disc brake forks-imag0592.jpg

    24 and 20 inch rigid disc brake forks-imag0593.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demo9 View Post
    If not carbon than there's always aluminum. I have one of these forks.

    Echo SL 20" Fork at WebCyclery.com

    The axle to crown is a little tall (1/2" taller) compared to the standard 20" suspension forks, but would make a sweet fork for those looking for a rigid.
    Here is another company with quite a few different options.

    20" Forks

    One thing I noticed is the the 24" carbon fork has an axle to crown length of 339mm
    (20" 288mm) were as a 20" suspension fork has a 357mm A-C length (Spinner 20"). I am thinking these fork are not suspension corrected forks.
    I will check to see if the 20" Echo fork I have will fit a 24" wheel.
    Here is a pic of the 20" Echo fork on one of my frames
    Speaking of your frames, when are you going to be selling them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoTone View Post
    Speaking of your frames, when are you going to be selling them?
    I have some for sale now. Full suspension and hardtails. PM if your interested in prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demo9 View Post
    I have some for sale now. Full suspension and hardtails. PM if your interested in prices.
    PM sent
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