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FOX 32 Step-Cast Factory w/FIT4 3-Position
$949.00
Competition drives innovation, and as cross-country athletes and course designers push the boundaries of lightweight components, 32 Step-Cast Factory rises to meet the demand. A redesigned crown for 2020 increases stiffness to the same level as the trail-proven 34. The distinct shape of the Step-Cast chassis uses a narrow stance to save weight and the step design makes room for the spokes and brake rotor. - Genuine Kashima Coating on upper tubes - 32 mm upper tubes and ample bushing overlap for a quality ride - Hollowed out lower legs provide even more weight savings - FIT4 damper and FLOAT air spring
FOX 38 Factory 29-inch w/Grip 2
$1,249.00
FOX 38 Factory Series Suspension Fork is the long-travel enduro specialist. It redefines what you think a long travel single crown fork is capable of, and sets a new benchmark for confidence, performance, and durability. - The floating axle offers a distinct performance advantage due to its unique ability to match the exact width of the fork’s wheel mounting surface precisely to the front hub flange spacing, thus creating perfect chassis alignment and eliminating unwanted friction between the upper and lower fork legs - Floating axles provide much smoother suspension movement throughout the entire range of the fork’s travel, notably improving sensitivity and overall ride quality - The 38 Fork comes equipped with a quick-release lever operated patent-pending floating axle system, combining the benefit of a floating axle with the ease of a tool-free quick-release - Lower leg bypass channels alleviates air pressure by dramatically increasing air volume within the lower legs and thereby reducing the amount of additional unintended pressure ramping - Lower leg bleeders allow for atmospheric pressure equalization at the simple press of a button - The 38's lower leg arch design pulls out all the stops, shaving every possible gram while making sure not to compromise stiffness or strength requirements of modern enduro and gravity style riding
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