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I recently got a cosmetically excellent 1 inch steerer Quadra 21R fork but I was disappointed to find out that most of the elastomers have degraded due to its age. Does anyone know when I can find replacement elastomers for it? If not, can you please point me to the right direction as to where I can have the Quadra 21R fixed? Since my 92 Specialized frame requires an 1 inch steerer tube and I don't want the frame geometry to be affected too much, can anyone please suggest where I can get 1 inch threadless steerer fork, whether it be rigid or suspended? Thanks for you input.
 

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for rockshox parts/rebuild, check with hippietech suspension. I haven't looked at the eko-sport site for a while, but they may have air carts still for that fork (used to be the englund cartridges)... or keep an eye out on ebay, etc, for 'em.

as for a 1" rigid non-suspension corrected fork, tange makes a decent one that is readily available. Fits a 2.35 schwalbe or kenda high volume tire no problem for passive suspension. Your LBS can order one, or check out aebike.com, webcyclery.com or bikeman.com. They sell 'em for about $50.
fyi- the rigid steel forks on my 92 & 96 stumpy's were made by tange.

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I recently got a cosmetically excellent 1 inch steerer Quadra 21R fork but I was disappointed to find out that most of the elastomers have degraded due to its age. Does anyone know when I can find replacement elastomers for it? If not, can you please point me to the right direction as to where I can have the Quadra 21R fixed? Since my 92 Specialized frame requires an 1 inch steerer tube and I don't want the frame geometry to be affected too much, can anyone please suggest where I can get 1 inch threadless steerer fork, whether it be rigid or suspended? Thanks for you input.
 
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