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    1" Steel Rigid Fork with disc tabs-where to find

    Anyone know where I can find a 1" Steek Rigid Fork with Disc tabs?

    The only thing that I can find that comes close is a dimension cyclorcross fork.

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    Stop spamming all the boards. The reason that's all you're finding is because what you're looking for isn't made. You have NO choice but to go custom.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~
    Stop spamming all the boards. The reason that's all you're finding is because what you're looking for isn't made. You have NO choice but to go custom.
    Don't be an ass. I'm not spaming all the boards. I posted my question in this section and the vintage section. I would not call that "spaming all the boards."

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    I believe you can find a P2 at bikeman.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by duotone
    I believe you can find a P2 at bikeman.com
    Yeah but the Kona forks are 1 1/8 in the disc mount version and the 1 inchers are canti only. Your request is a bit anachronistic. You don't mention a to c dimension, is this going to need to be suspension corrected or not ?
    Indeed your best option will probably be custom.
    I hear Scott Quiring does nice work .

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    Just get a 1" P2 fork and weld some tabs on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclodan
    Your request is a bit anachronistic.
    Perhaps the word you are looking for is "ambiguous." Anachronistic does not seem to apply as a timeline or normal order of operations is not in effect.

    I searched for a while for a suitable fork for an application such as this but could not find anything. If your headtube is short enough this is the closest I could find to working.
    http://www.nycbikes.com/item.php?item_id=606

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    there could be a good reason for the fact, that even ViciousCycles does not offer a disc-version for what they still calls "standart" steering size.

    Just think about it.

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    THanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Schmucker
    Perhaps the word you are looking for is "ambiguous." Anachronistic does not seem to apply as a timeline or normal order of operations is not in effect.

    I searched for a while for a suitable fork for an application such as this but could not find anything. If your headtube is short enough this is the closest I could find to working.
    http://www.nycbikes.com/item.php?item_id=606
    Good suggestion. If I want rigid looks like my only option is the dimension cylocross fork.

    What I am doing is klunking a single speed tandem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pooka
    there could be a good reason for the fact, that even ViciousCycles does not offer a disc-version for what they still calls "standart" steering size.

    Just think about it.
    You may be right... I think I remember something about that back when the disk brakes first started coming out.

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    Walt...

    If you can wait, walt will build you one. I almost got one from him, but decided to go old school and went with canti mounts at the last minute. He did build me a great looking fork though...
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    I can wait, but who is Walt?

    Quote Originally Posted by On-One
    If you can wait, walt will build you one. I almost got one from him, but decided to go old school and went with canti mounts at the last minute. He did build me a great looking fork though...

    I can wait, but who is Walt?

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    TTHHHHHHHHHPPPPPPPPPTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

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