1" steerer tube fork, threaded or threadless

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by mvacolnago

I have an older Bont privateer that needs a modern suspension fork, anyone know where I could obtain one?

The current fork is a rock shox judy with englund air carts, the seals do not hold and replacements are scarce


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by socratease

To my knowledge you're pretty much out of luck if your looking for a suspension fork. ??Steelman?? might be able to make you one, but it'd be pretty pricey. You could also likely find an adaptor for a lefty, or, get a marzocchi fork with the bolt-on steerer and have a machine shop make you a steerer.

Best advice I could give you is try rigid, or find a NOS rockshox.

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by karelh

German:A makes forks with 1" steerer. But in this case I would prefer some older rigid Pace RC31.

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