Fox Shox 32 Float AX Performance Elite Fork

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Turn your adventure bike into a capable and comfortable rig!

With the same FLOAT EVOL air spring and FIT 4 damper found on their longer travel forks, FOX has created a fork that can completely change the way you ride your drop-bar bike! With 40mm of travel and on-the-fly adjustments, the AX will give you control, comfort and reduce fatigue on those long rides on your gravel grinder.  

If you're tired of those bone-jarring rides, you'll love this fork!

Wheel Size: 700c

Travel: 40mm

Rake: 44

Axle: Kabolt 100

Upper Tube Finish: Black Anodised

Rotor Size: 160 direct Post Mount, Up to 180 compatible

Air Spring: Float Evol

Steerer: 1.5 Taper

Max Tyre Size: 27.5" x 1.57" 

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Matte Black
700c
40mm
15x100mm
Bolt Up
44mm
Tapered 1 1-8-1.5 Inch
FIT4 3 Pos Adj
2019
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Fox Shox 32 Float AX Performance Elite ForkFXFLT32AXFRK
Matte Black - 700c - 40mm - 15x100mm - Bolt Up - 44mm - Tapered 1 1-8-1.5 Inch - FIT4 3 Pos Adj - 20190724190624548

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