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Forrest powdercoating
Fork was rebuilt from the Nishiki International donor.
Posted by Sixty Fiver on June 14, 2012 Full Size|

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8 Comments

Reply Sixty Fiver
3:22 PM on June 20, 2012 
fish-man says...
I love this fork .... I couldn't tell you why but I just do.


It has a simple elegance and is a very high quality fork... as a touring fork it was already quite rigid before it was shortened and there is virtually no flex under hard braking.
Reply fish-man
1:05 PM on June 20, 2012 
I love this fork .... I couldn't tell you why but I just do.
Reply Sixty Fiver
11:21 AM on June 18, 2012 
The fork's steerer was the perfect length to fit the 20 which is fitted with a Levin headset... no modification of the head tube was required. I did not install the quick release / adjust as the bike rarely gets folded and the stem and bars will be removed for packing the bike for travel.
Reply Sixty Fiver
11:20 AM on June 18, 2012 
If there was enough interest I would be happy to build a number of these for refit / replacement. Could match the original fork or build with custom geometry to suit any rebuild.
Reply wooden shoe biker
11:05 AM on June 18, 2012 
How will you treat the headtube ? cut it down or what ? Will the Nishiki races go to place ?
Reply Sixty Fiver
5:50 AM on June 17, 2012 
Tange 700c fork was shortened to handle a 20 inch wheel and required no adjustment for trail, V brake bosses replaced the original canti mounts.
Reply Trigger Happy
1:40 PM on June 16, 2012 
Again, this fork looks so much better than the original.
Reply Sixty Fiver
4:17 PM on June 15, 2012 
Fork also came from the donor Nishiki and was rebuilt for a 20 inch wheel and possible suspension (correction)... the length, rake, and trail also work with the change in the chainstay drop to give the bike standard pedal clearance with 175mm cranks.