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Hello

it doesn't look like it...

you can get 1 1/8 - 1.5 with 15 mm thru axel but thats about it...
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Answer: 
Hei, you can at least get both Rock Shox Sektor and Revelation with 1 1/8 steerer and 15mm axle. If that is a bit to much travel the Sid also comes in this config, quite possibly Reba/Recon also but that I'm not sure of.
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Have a look at Hope pick and mix headsets. I've read of a few people that, by choosing the right bottom cup have been able to go to a fork with a tapered steerer. you may have to go to the Hope website and know your bikes head tube inner I.D. to work out which one to get. I'm looking at the same problem on a Giant Talon 29er.Best of luck.
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Unfortunately not by the looks of things but for those others out there looking for more options you can get a reducer kit if you are running a 1.5" head tube to increase your choice of forks try this link -> http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/s?q=reducer.

I added a Cannondale oversized 1.5" reducer to my Jekyll recently and it performs really well, the reducer allowed me to chose from a pretty big range of forks.
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Dart 3 replacement forks

I have a Lapierre Tecnic FS700, with Rock Shox Dart 3 forks on, according to the specs they have 120mm travel on them; when i measure the silver stantions that are showing they measure 150mm. The steerer is 1 & 1/8 straight. What would a good replacement fork for them. Cheers
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The 'Lapierre Tecnic FS700 Bike' would have used a 120mm Travel Fork so one of the following would be a Compatible Replacements as they would have 1.1/8" Steer and Qr Dropout's;
 
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Hello, a Rock Shox Reba or Recon would be a nice replacement/uprade. Make sure you get the right steerer, I guess it is 1 1/8.
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Frame is Giant Reign 3 2006 model.
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The cup insertion depth on your frame is 11mm so you need to use something like the Hope Pick N Mix top and bottom cups. For your frame, you need:
ZS44/28.6 - Type 2 for the top
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If you know the I.D. of the head tube at the bottom you can get a Hope pick and mix bottom cup. Hopes website has all the info for working out which one. Top cup would be the same as original 1.
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No, you'll need a straight 1 1/8th steerer
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They would fit but, in my experience, with tapered forks you would need a headset reducer to account for the two tube diameters. Apparently, dartmoor make a headset reducer kit known as The Flash and there are defo a few generic headset reducers out there, crane creek seem to cover the most bases with their reducers but I would stick to the dartmoor if you can get hold of one easily ;)
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can you fit a tapered fork into a straight 1 1/8th head tube, is there an adapter for this?
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The bottom end of the taper on the fork is 1.5 inches in diameter so wont fit into the head tube at all. It's a no go I'm afraid.
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Hiya, there are many conversion kits for this but it's easier to point one out if you include a few more bike details into your question (ie Cannondales have been famous for a gotcha in that the conversion kits are specific to their own oversized head tubes). In general, most modern bikes/shocks would be capable of fitting your own choice of headset conversion kit just make sure you marry up the sizes of top tube and bottom cup correctly when you decide on a kit. the one in the recommendation states that it will convert for both tapered and non-tapered 1 1/8" but I would do a bit of research on the reviews before buying ;)
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Hi,

Wanted to shop a suspension fork for my MTB which still using V-Brake system. It would be great if you can advise which on from Chain Reaction could do the job.

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Not many of them about these days, the Manitou Minute Expert Forks 2013 have V-brake mounts. Also the the Rock Shox XC 28 TK Coil Forks 2013 have the mounts for them.

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whits fork fits on my scott scale 640?

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Using the Scott website for reference, this bike was built with a 1 1/8" Steerer fork which has 100mm of travel and runs the wheel on a 9mm Quick Release dropout.

There are a few options listed below.
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How about a cake fork? Daft answer to a daft question.
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Best fork for a Trek 4900 2013?

Preferably a lower range fork but still air.
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The forks listed below (100mm Travel, QR Dropouts, Straight 1 1/8" steerer) are compatible with your bike.
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I'd suggest a pich fork.
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i have a giant talon 27.5 2014. i am looking to upgrade the 100mm fork on it. Can i fit a 29er fork as there is more choice. Will it alter the geometry too much and will the disc brakes still fit?
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Don't do it as this will mess with your geo without any benefit. It you want some more choice check if your bike can take a 120mm fork for 27.5 wheels.
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29er forks are criminalised on 650bs and as such carry a heavy penalty if you do. Discs won't fit and the geometry will be wrong
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which fork?

Which fork on is best to put on a Scott Aspect 640?
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If the original wheel (quick release) is still being used with this new fork; then a around 100mm of travel, a straight 1 1/8" steerer for 26" Wheels and with Quick Release dropouts would be ideal.
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