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    Compresion Plug On-one Carbon Fork

    Hi all-

    I am building up a Lurcher and am using the on-one race carbon fork. I bought an FSA compression plug for it. Shop guy says it will work but I have never used one before.

    Is there a right or wrong plug? It is a 1 1/8 and I use carbon paste on all carbon mating surfaces.

    It seems fine in the stand installed after following the directions but there is something in me that wants to be certain when riding rigid ss with carbon parts.

    Any comments would be appreciated.

    Josh

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    In my experience, if it fits and tightens down, it's probably right. I do not use any assembly paste either and have not had any stem gripping issues. Others may have more informed opinions, but I say, "Go ride and enjoy!"

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    Just install it to spec, and you should be fine. If it doesn't fit the bore, you'll know right away.

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