tomos & puch BLACK long EBR forks - for disc brake only
tomos & puch BLACK long EBR forks - for disc brake only




new aluminum forged spring loaded EBR front forks for tomos & puch magnums with disc brakes!

probably the newer tomos ones streetmate, revival, what not, whatever come with a disc brake and sealed front wheel! now in BLAC!

they work perfectly with this OEM tomos caliper.

got to have sealed bearing front wheel for these beauties too

220mm tall head tube with 40mm of thread

threading measures 26mm x 1mm diameter puch and tomos size

a little over 27 inches total length

about 18" from the bottom of the triple tree to the bottom regular

maxi ebr are 23 inches regular magnum ebr are 27 inches ish depts of weights and measurements used three measurin devices to obtain these precise measurements on all these forks be happy

these use a special long axle that goes through the fork legs, this tomos axle .... its perfect for you!!

fork tube diameter is 30mm so when you're picking clip ons make sure you get the right size!

if you need a stabilizer get one HERE!

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5 of 5 Hobbit and Motobecane replacement also September 2, 2012
taco eater : Weak-Ends TJ from Port Saint Lucie, FL  
Slight mod for motobecane and almost direct mount for hobbit. Now get the mike thomas disc brakes or a revival setup and you're good.

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4 of 5 no hydro but March 7, 2011
taco eater : tom from youngstown, oh  
not hydro but i wouldnt have noticed. no adjustment, rides fairly stiff and haven't bottomed out yet. lighter than hydro, but how how much?

grab that long long 12mm axle for best results

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3 of 5 Not what I expected November 20, 2010
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Left coast  
The fit and finish was very nice. Bolted right up to my Tomos.
However, these forks are not hydraulic and offer absolutly no adjustement.  It's just a spring that is pinned from the top with a roll pin and the whole thing is smeared with heavy grease. It does have seals and it looks like oily residue on the fork but it's just a dust seal with a smear of gease on the back.

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