700c 1 Inch Steel Touring Unicrown Fork 240 mm Threaded Steerer - Black - SECONDS

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PLEASE NOTE: These particular forks have some scratches and chips in the paintwork. . . Hence the bargain price! Although this affects the product aesthetically, it does not affect the performance or structural integrity of the forks.

- Mudguard eyes, low rider bosses, for canti / v brakes
- 1in Steerer (25.4mm external, 22.2mm internal) 24 TPI English thread 26.4mm crown race
- Steerer 240mm (130mm of thread, cut to length)
- Cheap replacement forks, will fit Dawes Galaxy
- NOTE low rider bosses are for blackburn NON custom type racks, ie boss is on outside of fork blade only
- 420mm Axle - Crown

PLEASE NOTE: Position and severity of cosmetic damage will/may vary from unit to unit compared to the pictures shown in this listing
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What is the maximum possible tyre clearance please? Or else the width between the blades?
28 May 2022
Hi, spacing before the taper is approx 64mm,

JK 30.05.22
Will I be able to fit a Tubus Tara Lowrider Rack to these forks?
18 Feb 2022
Yes it should fit all ok to the bosses
can I use these forks with a Giant FCR (2003 model).
12 Mar 2020
We do not have the exact specification of that bike, sorry!

Thanks - 13/03/20
Can I use this for a 25 year old steel Dawes Meansteet hybrid?
08 Sep 2018
The hybrid has 700c wheels, cantilever brakes, and a quill headset and the framesize is around 20".

Not sure what other measurements are needed to determine the right fork size.
As the fork is for a threaded headset you will need to make sure the steerer tube length in suitable, we would recommend that a local bike shop may be helpful with this.

Caliper Brakes ?
16 May 2017
Can They Be Fitted And What Reach Range Is Appropriate For A 700C Wheel with these? Replacing Forks That Did Not Have Brake Bosses.

These forks are unfortunately not suitable for use with caliper brakes. They can only be used with V-brakes of Cantilever brakes that fit to the double bosses either side.

Which Headset?
07 Nov 2016
Which headset would you recommend for this fork? Obviously not looking for anything expensive but not sure whether to go with steel or alloy, loose or caged bearings.Cheers

Sealed bearings are the best option for bearings, but the main thing that matters is what stack-height you require and this is affected by the length of your frames head tube.

Would These Be Strong Enough To Be Used As Replacement On A Tandem 700 Wheels
09 Sep 2016
it is and early 80s handbuilt orbit 531 reynolds

These are a basic set of replacement forks that have not been rated for use on a tandem so we cannot recommend them for this use I'm afraid.

Steerer Tube Length
08 Jul 2016
Hello, my existing steerer tube is 209mm, and the headtube about 200mm. Will these forks sit OK, given that the steerer tube is 240mm? Thanks, Peter

To use these forks with their steerer at full length you'd need to fit 31mm of spacers when using your old headset. This would of course change the position massively. What we'd actually recommend is that as there is plenty of thread on this fork that you cut them down to a more suitable height to suit your frame and headset better.

Fork Material
05 Jul 2016
Hi I'm interested in these for a mid 70's Galaxy and was wondering what the material used on these was? Are they Cromoly or Hi-Ten Steel? Thanks, Nick

These are a basic set of forks that are made from Cromoly.