Caad 4 frame and easton EC 90 SLX-does it fit?

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Krull
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by Krull

I want to combine my Caad 4 Frame with an Easton EC 90 fork.
I have two questions.
1. Does it fit optically?
2. Is the EC 90 SLX the best choice or would you recommend the EC 90 SL ( stiffer. 50 gramm heavier)

I weigh only 60 kg, so I tend towards the more comfortable SLX fork.

Photo of the Easton http://www.grofa.com/doc_data/produkte_easton_ec90slx.shtml

Thanks for any advices.

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by Greyhound

Ithink it wont fit cause your caad4 got a traditional headset and the easton forks are designed to fit integrated style headset. I would take a profile ac or a look hsc3 both to be found on grofa homepage.

If you are interested in one of these forks let me know maybe i can give you a special deal.

danielgillett

by danielgillett

The fork will fit, regardless of headset design (non/integrated), the only thing would be weather it's 1" 1/8' or just 1".

The Easton EC90 SLX is ideal for your weight, but if your counting your money, then the SL is good enough.

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by Greyhound

The question was optically not in terms of function.


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