FOX Racing Shox 34 Float 29 Grip 2 Factory Boost Fork

FOX Racing Shox 34 Float 29 Grip 2 Factory Boost Fork
FOX Racing Shox 34 Float 29 Grip 2 Factory Boost Fork
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34 Float 29 Grip 2 Factory Boost Fork by FOX Racing Shox
The Fox Float 34 is the quintessential trail fork refined over the years as a smooth, supportive, adjustable, and dependable fork when you need something a bit heavier duty and stiffer than its Float 32, but are seeking something lighter than the enduro-oriented Float 36. Ideal for almost anything the trail might throw your way, the 34 Float 29 FIT4 Factory Boost Fork is available in 130 or 140 millimeters of plush travel as well as 44 and 51mm offset options for dialing it to your current or new steed's geo requirements. This model uses the proven GRIP 2 damper with adjustable high-speed and low-speed compression and rebound.

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SKU: FRSC05N
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