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Old 07-30-2019, 09:29 PM
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Great minds! I have an XX 42/28 crank on my steel gravel bike and recently switched from the original thru axle steel fork to the Ritchey WCS gravel fork. Is that what you're rocking or the CX fork?

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Great minds, indeed! I went with the CX fork, since I had an older QR wheelset, and the length/rake on the CX match the originally spec'd fork much more closely. Do you have photos posted of your bike somewhere?
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Old 07-30-2019, 09:50 PM
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^^^ RW ... why would you switch? I ask because there still seem to be people in the world who can make cantis work like a dream. Thought you might be one of them.
Dan...just idle chat from a tinkerer...my cantis work well and they were installed and set up by a fellow Paceliner. I definitely don’t want to start buying disc wheels and such, especially when I recently got my hands on a nice pair of 15 year old Nucleon tubulars.
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