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Tube Saw Cutting Guide for Steerer Tubes or Seat Posts

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£19.99
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Fits into a vice holds tubes from 21mm to 34mm allows hack saw cutting in a straight line.

Cycling Plus Recommended 2009
'It's always a good idea to buy a new bike with the fork steerer tube left long so you can cut it down once you've dialled in your riding position. Although there's nothing to stop you cutting your steerer tube with a hacksaw, a vice and your naked eye, it's a lot easier with the right tool. SJS's guide ensures a clean, straight cut that's parallel to the fork crown. It takes tubes from 21mm to 34mm, which covers 1" and 11/8" forks as well as seatposts.'
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Product Reviews (3)
Overall Product Rating 3 / 5
Tube Cutting Guide
By
10 Nov 2012
0 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsBit tight with a ceramic blade saw for carbon tubes
ProsValue well made
Great little tool and much cheaper than the Park Tools version
Tube Cutting Guide
By
11 Apr 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNon
ProsQuality & Value.
Excellent, simple to use tool. Don't try cutting your best carbon forks without one of these.
Tube Cutting Guide
By
13 Mar 2012
4 / 5
I recommend this product
Consdoesn't have Campagnolo written down the side
ProsValue, simplicity, effectiveness
Always planned to get one of these and messed up a few cheap seatposts with dodgy hacksaw cuts. A mate's new carbon streerer tube was the catalyst for getting this tool and it proved great very good value and seems well made. also small and neat enough to fit insitu on the bike if that is useful my mate's Look frame has the fork already fitted and bearing preloaded, so it would have meant dismantling headset to get forks out, Recommended.
Questions & Answers (1)
Threaded Steerer
By
20 May 2014
Is this cutting guide suitable for threaded steerers? Thanks
SJS Customer Service:
Hi,

Yes, there is nothing stopping you using this guide on a threaded steerer, you just have to make sure you clean up the threads where you have cut afterwards to allow the headset to still screw on properly.

Thanks.