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FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27.5 100 iRD FIT Boost Fork - 2017

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Price: $999.99 Buy FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27.5 100 iRD FIT Boost Fork - 2017
FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27.5 100 iRD FIT Boost Fork - 2017
FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27.5 100 iRD FIT Boost Fork - 2017 description:
The 2016 line of FOX Racing Shox forks saw a massive revamping that extends into the 2017 line without any additional changes, except for in the 32 Float 100mm travel cohort. The FOX Racing Shox 32 Float SC 27. 5 100 iRD FIT Boost Fork returns with an entirely new chassis leaner, meaner, and ready to burn through XC courses. Showcasing FOX's all-new Step-Cast lower leg design and a narrowed crown, this fork is billed at one of the lightest suspension forks available.Step-Cast presents as small, stepped cutouts in the lowers of the fork that open up extra clearance for rotors and spokes while simultaneously narrowing the fork's stance by a whopping 10mm. This means less overall material and lowered weight, which, when paired with the hollowed out lowers, leads to claims that this fork is one of the lightest on the market. Whether you're out for a Saturday spin or nervously anticipating the start cannon, this featherweight construction paired with a stiff Boost axle makes for precise, responsive handling and flat out fun on almost any trail.The FIT iRD damper encompasses the much-loved features of FOX's FIT4 damper and adds a bar-mounted electronic switch that provides easy, on-the fly damper setting control. It returns largely unchanged from last year save a few tweaks and additional machining to fit within the new Step-Cast lowers. This includes a puffed out, 10mm shaft, which increases oil flow to the base valve, allowing the fork to ride high for quick, controlled recovery during everything from smaller, successive impacts to big, square hits. The 3-position FIT system also takes the reins from the old CTD system, changing the names from the overly-prescriptive categories of Climb, Trail, and Descend to a graduating scale covering Firm, Medium, and Open. While this change may read like an exercise in semantics, it entails a radical realignment of the 32 Float's capabilities that addresses virtually every issue we've had with CTD's damper in the past.FIT iRD ...



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