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Need help on building this fork BOUGHT IT

Discussion in 'HOW TO' started by Sorcerer, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. Sorcerer

    Sorcerer

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    Bought it.
    Thanks for the replies
    Sorcerer

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    Thanks,
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  2. Sorcerer

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    Re: Need help on building this fork

    Come on somebody has one of these to get a pattern off of. It's not illegal :)
    Sorcerer
     
  3. gcrank1

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    Re: Need help on building this fork

    I think you could mock one up with some cardboard to pretty close dimensions by eye and some proportional measurements. I think the truss rod holes should pretty much match the width at the axle dropouts and you just go from there.
     
  4. abe lugo

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    Re: Need help on building this fork

    do you actually have the fork? Or are you looking for someone with the same one?
     
  5. Sorcerer

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    Re: Need help on building this fork

    I'm a good fabricator just thought it would be easier to have a pattern (nothings easy but sometimes just shorter to the end product)

    Thanks,
    Sorcerer
     
  6. Sorcerer

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    Re: Need help on building this fork

    Just a template from one , but I bought it now so don't need ant pattern.
    Thanks,
    Sorcerer
     
  7. Uncle Stretch

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    Make one like it and then sell it and get your money back. :lol:
     
  8. Sorcerer

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    You got that right.
    Sorcerer
     

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