Park Tool SG-6 Threadless Saw Guide
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Cut any threadless fork steerer quickly and accurately with this handy saw guide.
- Cut any threadless fork steerer quickly and accurately with this handy saw guide.
- You can easily remove as little as 1 mm from the fork steerer length for perfect headset installation and adjustment.
- Heat treated for long life.
- The composite body will not damage the fork's steerer, but has steel threads and inserts to withstand heavy shop use.
- Suitable for all unthreaded steerer tubes up to 1-1/4 inches.
How long will it take to arrive?
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Top Customer Reviews
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Great saw guide
This is a great saw guide.
I have cut a carbon fibre road fork and also a mountain bike fork using this guide and it makes it so easy and accurate.
The only thing I had to do was to add some washers between the steel plates, because I was using a grit saw blade to cut the carbon fibre.
Full marks for this one.