- Arrrrrrgh…. Ive cut my steerer too short.. help please.
and you can get stems which are 30mm stack, so easily doable.Posted 3 years agoslowpuncheurMember
Looks like one of these in worst case scenario:
If it it an alu steerer…Posted 3 years agoweeksySubscriber
Ragley stubbing was a I think 31mm stack heightPosted 3 years ago
You know the steerer doesn’t have to quite come up to the top of the stem, don’t you?
I know its savable with lower stack stuff.. just dont know where to find them.
If it it an alu steerer…
Carbon. Brand new carbon forks. To fit the mother of beautiful Ti bikes. It will just be a little lower at the front than i had maybe planned.Posted 3 years agorollodesMember
The old spank spike stems had super low stack height: http://www.vitalmtb.com/product/guide/Stems,39/Spank/Spike-Stem,7027#product-specs
Ps just sent you an email about saddlePosted 3 years ago
Just to distract from missing frame deliveries Ive gone and done it.
Cant believe i managed that one… brand new carbon forks.
Distracted by kids, the dog and a shitty headache ive ballsed up my steerer cut.
It might just be savable with…
A low stack headset cover.. (Ive got an integrated FSA headset 41.8 upper)measures 16mm in stack height.
A single bolt low height stem such as the truvativ XR 3D.. the one ive got is 41mm.
I need about 17mm to save it… whats the lowest headset cover i can get ?Posted 3 years ago
Help me please.
I dont have any other options as i cant get replacement forks.YoKaiserSubscriber
Slam that stem bearing cover.
need to buy via a dealer though.
Planet X /On oNe CNC stem has a stack of 35mm.
I believe superstar have the same stemPosted 3 years ago
Would this 5mm top bearing cover do the trick??
Which would give me 11mm and just need a lower stack stem of about 35/36mm.. which gives me more options on a stemPosted 3 years ago
This is the response i had from upgrade earlier today… We actually do not even have enough forks for the amount of frames we have here at present, we are currently running behind with the factory production. So unfortunately, bad news, we cannot help with a replacement fork. We simply cannot get enough of these framesets, let along the forks on their own.Posted 3 years ago
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