Hi! So I saw this forum advertised on reddit and I thought I'd join to see if anyone can help me with a dilemma I'm working through with my bike. I have a 1990's-era department store bike that I have, over the years, made a few upgrades to. I like it because with skinny tires and a comfortable seat I can keep up with my friends on their road bikes on the 20-30 mile rides, and sometimes even outpace them on hills. Working on a rust bucket is a lot less stressful when I don't know what I'm doing, and lets face it... nobody wants to steal a bike like mine. I bought a rigid fork to replace my long-defunct suspension. I screwed up and got a threadless fork, though. My headset is threaded and my stem fits into the top of the steerer tube. Is there any way to make it work? If not, how much work would it be to convert everything to a threadless setup? Its looking like around $30 for a new stem and headset to match the fork. This might be the point that I scrap this old bike, but I'm pretty short on cash right now so whatever option is cheapest will likely be what I go with.