Looking for a non tapered 1-1/8 canti CX fork! Preferably carbon!
Please let me know if anyone has it.
I have a new, uncut Easton EC90 canti, 1 1/8" fork that i jsut recently took off my lapierre carbon cross frame. The frame was weird in that it had both canti and disc mounts but the fork that came with hit had just canti mounts. So i bought a disc for ($$ and not easy to find) and have had this sitting around. So it was mounted but never ridden, cut or anything. Below a link to the frame/fork image
Still have the orginal box, booklet that it came with, expansion-nut and top cap and everything. the only thing is that its branded Laperierre so if you can move beyond that and/or paint it its a real deal easton, top of the line fork. I check the specs and it said it weight in at 450-490 but when i took it off i swear it was closer to 410-420ish (will confirm). Plus it has the warranty card which you could register it and have the Easton piece of mind that you are not on one of the low quality, risky chinese options out there.
Looking to get 175 plus 20 for shipping.
Take paypal and ship US domestic only
What length steerer do you need?
I have an 1 1/8" ENVE full carbon canti fork. Currently has a Chris King headset race on it.
Painted brown from a custom Circle A Cycles build.
$100 plus shipping if the steerer is long enough.
The streerer needs to be 200mm - 230mm.
Do you have picts of the fork? I'm interested!
Ah, not going to be even close on that one. Much shorter.
How much steerer is on the fork? I'm in the hunt for the same thing as the OP
Still available? I'm interested!
for the easton? Yes still have it. As mentioned its uncut steer (but will measure if you have a real long ST)
Did you find a fork? I've got a couple of options that might work for you.
no luck so far....
What do have for sale? I need 200mm - 230 steerer with it.
Nearly new Enve cross, canti, 1 1/8 straight, King base plate on it.
215mm steerer $375 shipped (open to reasonable offer)
Going to adjust price on this to $325
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