- Fitting a fork with no SFN/equivalent
Bar end plug and some sort of bodge to provide compression?
Could you rig up something externally like a really big clamp on top of the stem to the bottom of the steerer?
Obviously the correct carbon steerer bung might be available from a shop if you can find one that opens tomorrow.Posted 4 years ago
I got a fat bloke to lean on the bars while I tightened the stem 🙂 Not perfect but good enough for now…
But, if I can scrounge or quickly buy a hed doctor or similiar off someone that’d be great tpbiker, you’ve got no email in your profile or I’d email you, would you mind dropping me a line on mine? (if Scotroutes finds his he’s very local to me so might work out better). Cheers folks! Very good of y’all.
(I had the cunning idea of bracing the bars under something with a flat tyre, then pumping the tyre up to add pressure on the bars. Almost disappointed that there was no need for it)Posted 4 years ago
Ah sorry mate! tpbiker has kindly offered to meet me tomorrow with his, I could have saved you looking.
(you’d probably guessed but this is for the Soda, the replacement forks for your Exotics- the new ones are shorter and silly, silly light- going to take a bit of time to trust ’em I think!)Posted 4 years ago
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