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Installing a new fork question.
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On the top of a traditional 1" threaded fork you install the bearing retainer, threaded race, keyed washer and lock nut. All of this went ok although I have to take it apart and replace the lower fork crown face. The compression nut on the very top is where I have the problen. The fork is 1/2 inch too long. Can I use spacers to fill the gap between the lock nut and the very top compression nut? Or do I have to take it in and have it cut?
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Yes, you can use spacers. They do not need to be keyed.
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Thanks PK. That will make it easy.
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your threads just need to be below the top race of course.
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