steel cross forks Home › Forum › Bike Forum › steel cross forks Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 7 posts - 1 through 7 (of 7 total) steel cross forks ti_pin_manMember I must confess I dont know if they are but I think Kona P2's are. I have a spare set of CX P2's at home (I swapped them for disk brake versions) if yer interested email me. Posted 8 years ago one_bad_mofoSubscriber I think you'll be lucky to get a set of steel forks from a custom builder for that little money. Eight years ago when I had a Dogsbolx built by ROberts they told me they'd stopped building the matching rigid fork as it was simply too expensive. Posted 8 years ago cynic-alMember If you can find someone to build forks for £70 please let me know. Posted 8 years ago SamMember I think you'll be lucky to get a set of steel forks from a custom builder for that little money. Indeed, very lucky… Do you want disc or canti? I've a few excess sets of Peregrine forks I could part with for not much. 410mm a-c, 50mm rake, lugged crown, disc only, red only. Posted 8 years ago ourmaninthenorthSubscriber £90 do you? Try Steve Goff – Steve Goff Cycles, Skelmersdale. Posted 8 years ago fontmossMember Looking for a nice ish set of steel cross forks, im sure there are a few independent builders that make some for not too muhc ie less than 70 quid but cant for the life of me remember any builders 🙁 Posted 8 years ago fontmossMember £90 isnt far off to be fair, id thought Dave [second name escapes me] did them for under a ton possibly not. cheers ti pin but think p2s will look v weird with an integrated headset. Sam was after cantis (in fact 2nd dibs on some carbon jobs on the classifieds) but cheers for the offer Posted 8 years ago Viewing 7 posts - 1 through 7 (of 7 total) The topic ‘steel cross forks’ is closed to new replies.