Topic-icon Fox TALAS F29 RLC Fork, 51 mm offset $450

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2 years 11 months ago #44482 by TGS

KeithB wrote:

Sold.

Dang! I coulda used a new Talas. maybe next time KeithB! :-P


Ride fast and look good

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2 years 11 months ago #44480 by KeithB

Sold.

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3 years 1 month ago - 3 years 1 month ago #44445 by KeithB

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3 years 2 months ago - 3 years 2 months ago #44399 by KeithB

Fox TALAS F29 Fork
-Tapered Steerer 1.5 - 1 1/8, cut to 7 5/8" long, star nut installed.
-Kashima Coated 32 mm stanchions
-FIT RLC damper with lockout, lockout adjust and Low speed compression adjustment on the crown, rebound on the bottom
-120 / 95 mm travel modes adjustable on the fly. 95 mm is great for climbing or tight trails / 120 is good for descending or added BB height on rocky trails.
-15 mm QR
-51 mm offset keeps the steering nimble if you are increasing the travel or using on one of the new school, slacker headtube 29ers (or for 69er use).
-Black
-Great condition, was used on my 2nd bike, so there is roughly 100 hours of use on it.

Last Edit: 3 years 2 months ago by KeithB. Reason: updated price

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