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Park ToolSG-6 Threadless Fork Saw Guide

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Item # PAR0077

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Description

Cut it straight.

Get rid of that unsightly spacer stack and chop a little off the steer tube with the Park Tool SG-6 Threadless Fork Saw Guide. The SG-6 helps you make a straight, even cut on your sub-1.5-inch steer tube.

  • Compatible with 1-inch, 1.125-inch, and 1.25-inch steer tubes.

Tech Specs
Recommended Use
trimming steer tubes
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime
Compatibility
steer tubes less than 1.5 inch
Material
steel

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    Right tool for the job.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    When you need to cut down a steerer tube, handlebar, or seatpost, this is a must-have. Like everything Park Tool, it is well made and will last forever.

    Works Great

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Works great for making straight cuts on a steer tube. Super east to use.

    Not a fan of pipe cutters

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I like using the hacksaw guide as I think it leaves a better cut than a pipe cutter. In the past when I've used a pipe cutter I've gotten a raised edge that needed to be filed down, and was more of a hassle than cleaning up the edge the hacksaw left. It does take a bit more to make sure you line up your cut correctly, but some care this should be the last guide you need to purchase.

    cuts!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This tool is a little messy and you get cuttings everywhere when you use a hacksaw. Stuff you don't wont mingling with your sanctions and seals. It does do a great job except for the mess and and is very will made.

    I have to agree with Scott on using pipe cutters
    http://www.backcountry.com/birzman-tubing-cutter is a great tool

    Liked it until I discovered pipe cutters

      If you have a carbon steerer this will not apply to you, you should get this thing and love it.

      If you have all alu steerers as I do, this thing will work fine. It'll give you a reasonably clean and even cut. I prefer using a good pipe cutter to this, though, and then filing the lip down as it will get an even cleaner and more even cut.

      Whatever you do don't free-hand it, that'll turn out crappy. This thing works, it's just for alu steerers a pipe cutter works better.