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Forks for sale

 

Fork Description Purchase
Single Image Manitou 2/3/4 Fork Boots: brand new in bag ATI clear fork boots to fit Manitou shocks, replace those nasty or torn boots, several pairs available.  $14  

Single Image Kinesis aluminum ATB for for 1.25":   hard to find many rigid forks in 1.25" and since this is aluminum, it will go with any color frame!  Steel steerer tube is unthreaded and just a bit under 8" long, Couple of scuffs and bumps but nothing structural.  Just over 390mm axle-crown.  $75  

Single Image Klein Mission Control complete service kit:   we were able to pick up a few of the servicing kits for the Klein Mission Control steering system.  Regular retail is $200.   $95  

Single Image

Single Image
Fat Chance fillet brazed fork, circa 1985:  Many forks go removed from older bikes and replaced with suspension forks.  It is always tough to find a high quality fork to put the bikes back to stock.  The frame to match this fork may still be available on the frames for sale page and, if it is, they can be bought for $500 together.  Fillet brazed, 1" threaded steerer, 4 5/8" steerer tube length, accepts cantilever or linear pull style brakes.  There are frame builders who will extend a steerer tube for a reasonable amount.   $200  

 

Vintage Bikes For Sale

Vintage Parts For Sale

Bottom Brackets

Brakes

Brake Levers

Cranks

Derailleurs-Front

Derailleurs-Rear

Forks

Frames

Freewheels/Cassettes

Grips

Handlebars

Headsets

Hubs

Literature

Pedals

Rims

Seats

Seatpost

Shifters

Stems

Tires

Wheels

Condition Guide

We provide a nice sized picture of the parts so you can see exactly what you are getting.  If a part is not usable, we will not sell it (unless it is marked for parts only). 

Returns

We do our best to accurately describe the parts and provide a clear picture.  Please make sure the part will work prior to ordering and ask for clarification if you do not understand the description.  We do  not accept returns.

 

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