Does anyone make a triple tree suspension fork?

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  1. Patr1ck

    Patr1ck New Member

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    Does anyone make a 1" threaded triple tree suspension fork for our bikes? Ive seen the one that comes with the grubee bikes but dont know where to find just the fork, or any others like it for that matter.

    Pat
     
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    Yep, pricey is right. Ill pass on that one. Any other ideas? I really like the Grubee one. If anybody knows where to get one or something similar, let me know.

    Pat
     
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    Be hard to find a decent quality triple tree for 1in threaded all the good gear these days is threadless, 1in threaded is old skool stuff usually found on cheaper frames. All the high end mountain bikes are threadless now it's far superior.

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    I put that fork on my bike and I love the performance (check with Quentin about specks an maintaince on it) great find an a good price
     

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    Look for "downhill forks", they are triple-tree style with mountain bike type shocks and sometimes V-brake mounts.
     
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    How do I get ahold of Quentin?
     
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    Turkman; sweet ride...I'm planning a similar bike with tri-fork design to imitate the Briton Motordrone...what was your base frame, i.e. required head claerance for forks to the original head?
     
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    I have three motorbikes using old moped forks. They look great and offer an inch or so of travel.




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