26 inch Thorn RAV853VC Steel Fork - Red

£270.00 Please note this product has selling restrictions to your country. was
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- The lighter more resilient option for Sherpa Mk3 and Raven frames it is for 26” wheels (559)
- This fork has clearance for 2.15” tyres. It measures 370mm from axle to crown race seat and has a 380mm long, 1 1/8" diameter lighter weight Reynolds 853 steerer
- It has M5 stainless steel bosses for the direct and secure fitting of mudguards but no bosses for lo-loader carriers…this fork is not designed to carry a load
- The fork has V brake bosses on the front of the blades, at the perfect height for 559 rims
- It uses a cast crown which has an M6 thread for a dynamo lamp boss
- The blades are manufactured by Reynolds in Reynolds 853 in a lightweight “COMPETITION GAUGE” and have a comfortable, tight radius bend with safety dropouts
- These forks are designed to be sleek and exceptionally comfortable…they are made from probably the finest steel in the world

Steerer: 1 1/8"
Available in 46 or 52 mm rake.

For frame sizes 530L / 565L / 600S / 600L please use fork with 46 mm offset
For frame sizes 475M / 500S / 500L / 530S / 565S / 420-ST (Step-Through) please use fork with 52 mm offset
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Can I use this for a 2011 Raven Tour size 587S. If so which fork offset is
20 Feb 2020
46mm will be suitable.

Thanks - 20/02/20
Are these forks for road use only...
13 Oct 2018
...or could they be used for gentle "rough stuff" such as forest trails, mountain tracks, green lanes, tow paths, etc.
These would be fine for tow paths and gravel etc, mountain bike trails no, walking trails in the woods yes.
Thanks - 15/10/18