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    Is the 100mm Pugsley Fork still being produced?

    If so, anyone know who has one in stock?

    If not, anyone have one for sale?

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    Rumor has it, and my LBS contends, that they are no longer being produced. I'm not aware of official word from Surly.

    Are you looking for the old one with canti studs or the newer disk-only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MauricioB View Post
    Rumor has it, and my LBS contends, that they are no longer being produced. I'm not aware of official word from Surly.

    Are you looking for the old one with canti studs or the newer disk-only?
    Either or really. Do you have one?

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    According to Surly's website:

    " We now offer three versions of the Pugsley fork. All are CroMoly steel and allow ample clearance to fit a whopping 4" tire on a rim up to 82mm wide. Two of the three Pug fork options are spaced 135mm between the dropouts. Of these, one is offset to match the the Pugsley frame, and the other is non-offset (no curvy leg). The third fork is spaced for a standard 100mm front hub.

    All three have 51mm disc caliper mounts. The offset fork requires the use of a rear disc caliper adapter. The two non-offset forks require the use of a front caliper adapter if using disc brakes. And (now pay close atention) the two 135mm forks both use rear hubs.

    All three forks also have removable cantilever pivots spaced 120mm apart (specifically for use with our 65mm Large Marge rim). Note that V-brakes won't work because the arms are not tall enough to allow the cable to clear the tire, so if you're using rim brakes you must use cantilevers. All three forks sport fender eyelets at the dropouts, upper and lower barrel mounts, cable housing guides, 1-1/8" threadless steerer, and they are powdercoated black."

    Looking at QPB (via Harris Cyclery special order catalog) I don't see any Pugs forks available at all. I recall there was a recall on them? Yep Here it is . You're out 'O luck for now. Any in stock are pulled.
    This isn't a "you're doing it wrong" topic.

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    I was asking about this a few months agao, and was told, "none were in stock, but they would be again".....

    Sold a fork and had plans based on that info.

    Happy this makes me, not.

    Anyone need a Surly 100 mm front hub laced to a heavily drilled out, cross laced Choppers US hundie?

    Going cheap.
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    how much did the CUS100 weigh after the drilling, Mendon?
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    I have a 100mm fork just laying around ,it is flat black with no rack mounts
    I am slow therefore I am

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    Maybe not many know that QBP catalog can be accessed directly:
    QBP 2013 Catalog

    No prices and no stock data, but the Harris catalog is out-of-date and abbreviated.

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    Wasn't it also recalled prior to discontinuation?

    http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/any...rk-824392.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars_D View Post
    how much did the CUS100 weigh after the drilling, Mendon?
    I don't recall, still more than the average fat American child though

    Think I maybe took 200 gm off it, but that's pulling from deep memory.....
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boogman View Post
    Wasn't it also recalled prior to discontinuation?

    http://forums.mtbr.com/fat-bikes/any...rk-824392.html
    I believe that the recall only applied to the most recent revision of the 100mm Pug forks. I suggest finding an older used fork for anyone that really wants to go 100mm. The presence of cantilever bosses would be a clue that it is an earlier revision fork.

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    Re: Is the 100mm Pugsley Fork still being produced?

    Bikeman can make custom titanium 100mm forks for about $400.

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    Pugsley? Still have?

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    Just get a Sarma carbon fork for it. Price lowered to $210 now that they sell direct. Fits the Clownshoe + Bud 4.8 in tire just fine. 1.5 lbs less too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GnarBrahWyo View Post
    Just get a Sarma carbon fork for it. Price lowered to $210 now that they sell direct. Fits the Clownshoe + Bud 4.8 in tire just fine. 1.5 lbs less too.
    Pretty certain that's a 15x150 fork.

    To address the original question (which was asked over 2 years ago lol) I'm seeing lots of Pugsley forks available on line. They all say "Surly Pugsley Fork 100mm Spacing Black 2012 No mounts"
    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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    I think a lot of those 100mm forks were included in the recall, be sure to check before buying one!
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    I have an orange one and a black one (both pugsly 100mm) for sale. PM me if interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGI410 View Post
    I think a lot of those 100mm forks were included in the recall, be sure to check before buying one!
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    To clarify, these are all brand new forks from retailers
    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars_D View Post
    I have an orange one and a black one (both pugsly 100mm) for sale. PM me if interested.
    Here is a picture of the black one.
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    Universal Cycles has them for sale
    All I am saying is give pizza chants

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    Universal Cycles has them for sale
    Seems like everyone has them for sale... which tells me that BTI or QBP must have one some in stock
    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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    QBP has 50+. These do not have the anything cage mounts on them.
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