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Park Tool SG-8 Carbon Composite Fork Threadless Saw Guide

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SG-8 Carbon Composite Fork Threadless Saw Guide

Don't leave hacking down that carbon steerer tube to chance and instead, pick up the SG-8 Carbon Composite Fork Threadless Saw Guide from Park Tool. It accommodates carbon steerer tubes up to 1.25 inches in diameter and ensures a straight cut every time. Specially designed to accommodate wider, carbon specific saw blades, the SG-8 cuts on 1in, 1-1/8in, and 1-1.4in threadless fork steerer tubes. It also works great when cutting handlebars or seatposts. Simply clamp the SG-8 onto the tube and cut, letting the SG-8 guide the hacksaw blade. The SG-8’s non-scratching composite body incorporates steel threads and a steel reinforcing plate to withstand the rigors of heavy shop use. The SG-8 accommodates blades up to 2.5mm (3/32") wide.

  • Park Tool's saw guide for cutting down carbon components
  • Specially designed to accommodate wider, carbon specific saw blades
  • Ensures a straight, clean cut on 1, 1-1/8, and 1-1.4in steerers
  • The non-scratching composite body has durable steel threads and reinforcing plate
  • Accommodates blades up to 2.5mm (3/32in) wide
  • Item #PAR0240

Tech Specs

Compatibility
composite-specific saw blades
Recommended Use
cutting carbon components
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Tech Specs

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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!