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FOX Racing Shox 32 Float 27.5 140 CTD FIT Fork - 2015

FOX Racing Shox 32 Float 27.5 140 CTD FIT Fork - 2015

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Travel: 140 mm Claimed Weight: 1740 g Lower Material: magnesium Axle: 15 mm QR thru axle Brake Compatibility: post mount Color: Black|Size: 1.5T/15QR The 2015 FOX Racing Shox 32 FLOAT 27. 5 140 FIT CTD Fork is a perfect match for today's super-lightweight incredibly capable trail bikes. With a generous 140mm of travel it blurs the lines between cross country and all mountain just like the mid-wheeled trail rockets it was built to match. If you leave the huge jumps to the guys in crazy-looking helmets but still love to ride fast all over the hill let this fork be your guide. Like recent generations of Fox's Factory series forks the FLOAT controls its stroke with the venerable FIT damper. The 'FIT' acronym stands for Fox Isolated Technology. And unlike a traditional open bath system FIT means that the damper fluid is sealed in an air-tight bladder. This prevents contamination which improves the consistency of the damper on long descents.Long-time Fox riders will immediately notice Fox's Climb Trail Descend damper adjustments. And while it's familiar improvements have been made for the 2015 model year. The Trail setting now has seven sub-settings as opposed to the previous three. That translates into more fine-tuning of your low-speed compression to perfectly balance support and suppleness. As ever Climb mode provides the most damping for a near locked-out feel with a bit of cushion for any unexpected hard hits. And Descend mode provides the lightest compression damping for a plush ride.The 32 FLOAT comes with refined Kashima coated stanchions which offer reduced friction and in turn better small-bump compliance than the previous Kashima coat. Essentially the gold outer layer remains the same--what has changed is the base anodizing which results in an even smoother surface than before. This is in addition to a new lower-friction lubricating oil which adds to the dramatically smoother ride. In addition to the friction reducing benefits Kashima coating is harder than standard stanchion coatings. This equates to a longer wear life as well as more supple suspension action.The trail-ready ...

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