Usually means the front fork, where the front wheel sits. Can also mean the rear fork, a part of the frame.

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Missing a part from an internally threaded steer tube

I recently obtained and then disassemble a Kink Co. BMX. It had a threadless headset. Unexpectedly, instead of having a star nut inside the fork's steer tube, the steer tube was internally threaded ...
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Front suspension fork woes

I recently bought a preowned Saracen Havoc 2000 (Team Saracen edition) and had to replace the original forks (Zokes branded double crown) as they were seized solid. Replaced them with an old but ...
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Upgrade suspension on hard tail MTB

I have a Suntours xcm (spring 80mm) on my hard tail. I drive more frequent and more pretentious. So I consider to upgrade my fork. How can I tell if I need a better one? What can a good air-suspension ...
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How much grease on a coil suspension fork?

When servicing my SunTour XCR suspension fork, I happen to put about a handful of grease. On a factory-lubed fork I found out that they pout less that 1/10th of that ammaunt. The grease goes tot the ...
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Fort bicycles company from Czech Republic: Where are the steel frames? Company renamed?

There is or was a company from Czech Republic that produced steel frames and forks. The name of this company is or was Fort. Why can’t I find anything about this company or their steel frames and ...
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What is a Q-LOC axle? Is it compatible with Quick Release?

So what is a Q-LOC axle? If I decide to install a fork with such an axle, do I need another front wheel or is is it possible that my current QR hub is compatible. What do a Q-LOC wheel look like and ...
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Raleigh Twenty forks too narrow to accept 93mm hub

93mm hubs are standard size for the R20s but on this particular bike there isn't enough clearance between the fork ends to get a wheel in (I'm using an original R20 wheel as a replacement so it's ...
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Fork MTB clearance problem

I have a felt Nine comp. It is a 29er with rockshox forks. The clearance is poor with a continental rubber queen tyre. Is there anything I can do to increase the clearance? (we're talking 1cm, which ...