Whisky Parts Co. No.9 Fat Fork

Whisky Parts Co. No.9 Fat Fork
Whisky Parts Co. No.9 Fat Fork
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No.9 Fat Fork by Whisky Parts Co.
Whisky's No. 9 Fat Fork is a go-to choice for frame builders, fat bike racers, and endurance athletes looking to lighten up their fat bikes and enjoy a precise-tracking front end. The stout unidirectional carbon fiber construction has no rider weight limit, features thru-axle dropouts for strength and predictable steering. And with massive tire clearance for 26 x 5. 05in or 27. 5 x 4. 6in tires, the No. 9 fork adds additional float and traction to almost any fat bike on the market.

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