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    Take a look at this carbon fork

    Easton EC90 Aero all carbon fork. Appears to have some layers of carbon fiber notched out for a rectangle about the size of a stamp. Appears to have FOS and the serial number stamped there. Anyone with Easton forks know if this came from Easton this way? Thanks for any help.


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    You could try sending an email to Easton - answer_desk@eastonbellsports.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seneb View Post
    You could try sending an email to Easton - answer_desk@eastonbellsports.com
    Thanks, I did that earlier today. No response yet, but I can call if don't hear back in a couple days.

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    I did get a response from Easton.

    Thank you for your inquiry. I forwarded your picture to our product manager and have received back the response. The fork is made that way. It is not a cut into the carbon, but it is a small square of fiberglass on top.

    Maybe this will be helpful to anyone with the same question in the future.

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    Very cool. Good to know.

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