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I think I read some Kings are now not built in Italy? If true, when did this change? What about aluminum& steel?
 

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Not sure exactly

This would be my guess.

I have a 2008 King 3 that I'm pretty sure was not made in Italy.
I have a 2009 Corum that I'm pretty sure was made in Italy (very sure actually).
I think the Neo Pro (lugged carbon) and Neo Primato (lugged steel) are both still made in Italy.
Titanio is made in Italy.
All carbon forks are Asian.
Aluminum-I have no idea.
 
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