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Do quick release wheels require certain design in the fork?

Basically, can a older (early 90's) American/SAE measured non-suspension fork take a quick release wheel? I'm looking to rebuild/restore my old Huffy Fire Mountain MTB made around 1990*. It has a ...
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Can a bent hub damage my fork?

I've recently noticed that my front hub is bent, or at least the parts that connect to the fork (any name for this?). It's not a huge bent, but it's clearly visible with your eyes. It fits the fork ...
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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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Any wheel on any fork / frame?

I have been braking for a bit too long with worn off brake pads on not so new rims so I basically killed them. I currently have the stock wheels of an FX Trek 7.2 bike. I will most probably change ...
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Suspension Fork Axles

I'm looking to upgrade my suspension forks from Rock Shox Dart 3 to something like Rock Shox Sektor RL. A lot of the forks have either a 15 or 20 mm axle, or 'Maxle'. What does this mean? Will this ...
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Why does a bike frame have to be above 56 cm usually to fit 700c tires?

I first came across this when I was looking at the Surly LHT, but I started to see it everywhere. It seems to me they can just put on a longer fork or something, or is it more for the back wheel?