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Park ToolSG-8 Carbon Composite Fork Threadless Saw Guide
$42.95

Item # PAR0240

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Do it right, or please, don't do it at all.

We're pretty sure that if you just decide to wing it and hack the steerer tube on that new carbon fork, you will live the rest of your life riding a crushing downward spiral of regret. The Park Tool SG-8 Threadless Saw Guide for Carbon Composite Forks accommodates carbon steerer tubes up to 1.25 inches in diameter and ensures a straight cut every time.

Tech Specs
Tech Specs
Compatibility
composite-specific saw blades
Recommended Use
getting a perfect cut on your carbon steer tube

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Well made

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Been using this for years now and have had no issues. If you know how to cut appropriately you can pass this tool down to your great grandchildren.

Measure 10 times, cut once

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Brave enough to cut your carbon steerer, bars, or seatpost? Of course you are! Because with the correct tools, it is actually much less scary than you might have been led to believe. This helps keep your carbon specific blade cutting straight. With the whole assembly in a vise, clamp the carbon component gently and cut along your carefully measured line. Unrelated to the tool but a good tip I learned in my shop, use some painters or masking tape over the area where you are going to cut. This helps to keep the carbon from splintering. Just be sure to mark your line on top of the tape!