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    It looks like a singlespeed but...

    I just did a search for Black Sheep forks and this came up:

    http://www.scul.org/SCUL/Fleet/Armad...lackSheep.html



    But anyway I'm psyched cause my Dean singlespeed frame and rigid ti fork just came UPS today--hence I was curious to see if the fork was Black Sheep made. Frame and welds look fantastic on both. Hope to build it up over the next week and will post pics of it when I get a chance.

    Been saving up for it so long I can't afford a digital camera.

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    Weight?

    Overall Weight: 30 lbs
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    Reportedly James of Blacksheep builds (or at least welds) all the Dean Ti frames and forks to their specs.
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    I can confirm that as I have now found the correct website and my fork looks exactly like the one on the site.

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