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Will the front forks on a raleigh m60 (1998 or older) fit on a khs alite 500

The khs alite 500 is about ten years old

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Very, very unlikely. Too many variables, including threading, inside diameter and length of the steerer tube, geometry of the fork blades, distance between the blades where the wheel slides in, diameter of wheel.

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There is no way to answer this question without measuring the fork steerer tube and/or trial and error. Good luck!

Posted on Nov 21, 2016

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