Need suggestions for forks for this radical 26" BMX frame!

Dec 2, 2007
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Been a member here a loooonnggg time ago, and had a ton of feedback. When the sight format changed, I lost all the feedback.

Need ideas on a radical, easy to get and not rare or crazy expensive, fork for this frame. The frame is custom built back in the 80's/early 90's- no idea who made it nor have I ever seen another one like it.

I built it up once as a BMX, never rode it, tore it apart sold off all of the parts, except the frame. Thinking about building it up as a Winter project. Like the springer look, but know there have been a lot of current repro forks like the ones from Johnny True Torch.

Show me what you would put on this frame, if you had it.

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Is that blue powder coating? Looks really good! Also find of the head gusset and stay braces.
Quick question: is the top headset cup seated all the way? Looks a little crooked. I know, too early for critique! Love that frame, can't wait to see where it goes.
 
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I think if you want something a little different, go with the True Torch (I think I heard someone was repopping them). With the angles on your frame (which is AWESOME BTW!), it would look bada**!
I have a bunch of pics of you know a fabricator. PM me your email address if you’d like them



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Dec 2, 2007
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Is that blue powder coating? Looks really good! Also find of the head gusset and stay braces.
Quick question: is the top headset cup seated all the way? Looks a little crooked. I know, too early for critique! Love that frame, can't wait to see where it goes.
It is a deep purple candy. Not sure of the headset. Been a long while since I had this thing apart.