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Does anyone know a good place online to just find parts. In particular a fork for a 20" bike. I just adapted a target 20" mountain bike to a bx style handlebar cause to be honest i have never been a fan of the larger 10 speed bikes. Any how i have how the front fork feels as it takes away from some of the agility i was going for so if you have some suggestions.
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#2
Amazon is where I find most things.....
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=node%3D3404831&field-keywords=20%22&rh=n%3A3404831%2Ck%3A20%22

here is one: http://www.amazon.com/Pyramid-Fork-Threaded-Length-Chrome/dp/B000BMNPN6/

but you did not mention what you have for a headset: threaded or threadless; 1", 1 1/8", 1 1/4" or something else..
Nigel
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#3
Bear in mind that rigid forks will most likely make the front of the bike lower, I personally think it'd be a better idea to sell that and buy a bmx if that's what your truly after.
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