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Fox Shox 36 Float Factory Kashima Fork

5 Reviews
SKU: FXFLT36FRK
RRP: $1715.00
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WOW!

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Super supportive and very plush. I've taken the pressure down so much lower than previous forks as you just don't need it. They don't bounce much as all when climbing and they can handle any downhill that you want.

Best enduro fork on the market

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Epic fork, easy install, the suspension take a few rides to tweak but once dialed it's amazing.

The perfect Fork

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Had the Fox 34 CTD and replaced with these, took a little to get the HSC/LSC dialled in but is absolutely working great, easy to climb. Holding out great when boosting off large jumps and landing flat

?? 36 factory

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Amazing experience as usual with MTB Direct, perfect customer service and quick delivery. These forks have transformed my Norco sight, into the All mountain beast it's meant to be. With lockout settings to match Factory inline float. I love my bike all over again.

The Fox 36 is an

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The Fox 36 is an amazing fork!! This package included the 15mm/20mm axle conversion parts, both axles and volume spacers for the air spring. The HSC/LSC dials give you all the control you could need to dialling the fork in for a perfect ride. If you don't like fiddling with these controls, it might not be the easiest fork to setup and you may be better off with the Fit4 setup. Just choose accordingly. Otherwise, full points and well earned, the control offered by this fork on the trail is worth every cent you spend on it.

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