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700c / 650B / 26 inch Thorn Mk3 Steel Disc Fork - Red Imron

£159.00
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Details
- For disc brake only
- Through axle 15 x 110mm included, for boost hubs only
- High quality Reynolds steel blades and Cr-Mo steerer
- Thorn Twin Plate Crown is lightweight, very stong and gives more clearance and increased comfort compared to various unicrown designs
- Suitable for a variety of tyre sizes
- Stainless steel fittings for direct and secure mounting of mudguards
- M6 Fittings for mudguard stays and lo-loader front carrier
- ISO Disc mount
- Steerer: 1 1/8"
- L1 Dimension (Axle to Crown Race Seat): 410mm
- NOTE: Does not include crown race seat

Sufficient clearance to be used with mudguards and;
- 26" tyres up to 2.8"
- 650b tyres up to 60b
- 700c tyres up to 40c

Sufficient clearance to be used without mudguards and;
- 26" tyres up to 3.0"
- 650b tyres up to 70b
- 700c tyres up to 50c

Available in 3 different offsets to suit the following Thorn frames;
- Mercury Mk3
- Club Tour Mk5
- Nomad Mk3

Available in three different offsets to suit the corresponding Thorn Nomad Mk3 frames.

A = 48mm - suitable for: 55L, 58L, 61S, 61L
B = 53mm - suitable for: 47S/T, 50L, 52L, 58S
C = 60mm - suitable for: 40S/T, 50S, 52S, 55S
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Hi, do you know when the 61L forks will be back in stock? Thanks
By
05 Sep 2021
FEB 2022 is our ETA for these.

JK 06.09.21
Currently using a Mt Tura Mk2
By
17 Apr 2020
Hi,
As stated previously, I am currently using a Mt Tura Mk2, which replaced the shocks I used to use on my 26" Mtb frame.
I have nothing but admiration for the quality of the Mt Tura, however I really miss having front discs.
Can this disc fork be used instead?
I am ignorant on matters of rake and geometry, etc.
I look forward to your response.
Regards,
Mark Palmer
Sorry, no, this will lower your head tube, increasing the head angle and affect the steering. RT 17/04/2020