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    Looking for Carbon Fork with disc brake tabs

    Does anyone know a company who produces carbon fork with disc brake tabs, for 26 inch wheels. Thanks in advance for everyones help.

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    Last edited by byrot; 03-03-2013 at 09:38 PM.

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    The Trigon fork is one of the best made.
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    white brothers makes a carbon fork as well

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    Oops my bad, I meant v-brake tabs. Going oldschool on this build. No it doesn't have to be ful carbon but the lighter the better.

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    I'm not sure that exists.
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    not sure i can describe what's available now but i've been running a pace c.f. fork with a disk brake (purchased from the UK) for something like 10 years with no issue.

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    Origin 8 and Exotic both make a carbon fork with canti-mounts. Removeable split bands with canti studs and disk tabs on the lowers.
    Last edited by God's Favorite Bike; 03-05-2013 at 10:59 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by God's Favorite Bike View Post
    Origin 8 and Exotic both make a carbon fork with canti-mounts. Removeable split bands with canti studs and disk tabs on the lowers.
    I've had the Origin 8 for years on 2 different bikes now. I've had no complaints except for user error causing a deep cable rub on the crown. It really does take off quite a bit of the vibration out of the ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scaryfast View Post
    Oops my bad, I meant v-brake tabs.
    Trigon has that, too.

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    Or, MC07-


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