FOX Racing Shox 36 Float 29 FIT4 Factory Boost Fork

FOX Racing Shox 36 Float 29 FIT4 Factory Boost Fork
FOX Racing Shox 36 Float 29 FIT4 Factory Boost Fork
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36 Float 29 FIT4 Factory Boost Fork by FOX Racing Shox
There was a time when we charged through rubble and roots with whatever fork came on our second-hands steeds -- when steel was king, and mountain bikes were geared up with three rings up front. But (fortunately) that time has passed, and we can finally equip ourselves with beefy forks capable of taking us through chunky granite gardens without buckling under pressure. FOX's 36 Float 29 FIT4 Factory Boost Fork is built to do exactly that, with beefy 36-millimeter stanchions, and rugged alloy and magnesium construction built to track through chunder and greasy roots without faltering. FOX's 36 Float is eager to please, and features a generous helping of EVOL technology borrowed from FOX's rear shocks, increasing the negative air spring volume to elevate sensitivity, easing into the top of the stroke so you can smooth out small bumps, and keep your tires glued to the trail while you pick your way up fire roads to the summit for a berm-blasting descent. When you're barreling through chunky, technical terrain, the impressively-stiff 36mm stanchions work to deflect torsional forces from bucking you every which way. These stanchions benefit from a Kashima coating that reduces friction, meaning that you'll feel that its more sensitive, smoother, as well as more durable than the black anodized stanchions you'll find on FOX's less expensive forks. On this particular model you'll find FOX's Fit4 damper with 3-position adjustment employed. This gives you the ability to switch between Open, Medium, and Firm settings on a whim. In Open mode you'll find 22-clicks of low speed compression tuning, which enables you to fine-tune your setup to your exact preferences. Medium gives you added efficiency on smoother trails and long climbs by lessening the excessive bobbing motion, and Firm acts as a practical lookout when you're slogging up long climbs, and working your way up fire roads that warrant all of the energy you can muster. A revised tune and reconfigured shim stack make th...

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