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FS: NEW Wittson titanium 1" fork 17.5cm steerer

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April 1, 2021 06:30 AM
Victoria / 4T/ Wittson 1" titanium fork. New, never used. Just taken out of packaging.
For 28" 622 700C wheel. 17.5cm steerer. 30mm ISO threaded part
Rake is around 43. For short reach brakes. Weight is around 450 grams.
Last pictures taken with 25mm tire. So it should fit 28mm tire as well.
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April 27, 2021 07:38 AM
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