By 2000, heavy peg use resulted in a larger “Wrap-Under” Pitchfork drop-out design. Along with the larger drops, the Y2K Pitch featured an industry first -- a one-piece CNC machined steerer-tube. This is a reproduction of the 2000-era fork. The legs are 1.25" tubing with 3/8" dropouts that are the one-piece 1/4″ thick wrap-under design. The steerer tube is one-piece 1-1/8″ threadless. The fork includes a compression nut that is welded with a hollow bolt and aluminum cap.
Steerer Tube: 1-1/8" threadless
Axle To Crown Height: 12.53″
Weight: 2.5 lb (Estimate -- posted from S&M site)
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