On my 91 Karakoram, the measurement from the axle center to the headset race is 15.5"
Yeah, not a lot of clearance on those old forks. Back in the day, even a 2" suspension fork really jacked up the front end. Those bikes have short top tubes and came with long. low stems and flat bars. Quite a difference from today's standards.chrisnarozny said:Thank you for your reply GT_Guy. I must say 15.5 inches is sub-40cm, and that makes it a VERY short fork.
Yes, it does not. However, finding a compatible one may be more difficult than i would have expected as apparently the rigid forks came in different sizes according to the model year.Perrry said:From what you guys are saying above, it sounds like the Tequesta '94 does not require a suspension corrected fork.