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    stripping parts, bad idea?

    somehow i feel im gonna give it to myself trying this so i figured i would see if anyone has tried the same thing...

    planning on a sinister ridge or evil imp for spring...
    i want to switch as many parts as i can from my old kona hardtail to save cash.
    i realize i either need to spring $$ for reducers or a 1.5 headset (only if i buy a 1.5 fork which i probablly wont). what else might i run into?

    not sure about rear wheel dropouts on either bike...my wheelset is standard q/r.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anti-spandex
    not sure about rear wheel dropouts on either bike...my wheelset is standard q/r.




    Your QR should do just fine.

    And for your headset.




    https://www.go-ride.com/prod_headsets.html is where you will find them
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