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Fork Your 26'er

Our North Vancouver store has receiving a bit of flack about pandering fulltime to the 29'er crowd, so here's a quick reminder that we rip the 26" bikes too!

Is your suspension a little long-in-the-tooth? Need a little more cushion when you're pushing?

Fork Your 26'er!



-2012 Fox 36 Vanilla (Coil) FIT RC2 160mm Taper/Kashima: $1125 (+tax, includes install)

-2012 Fox 36 Float (Air) FIT RLC 160mm Taper/Kashima: $1150 (+tax, includes install)

-2012 Fox 32 Float (Air) FIT RL 120mm Taper: $650 (+tax, includes install)

-2011 Fox 32 Float (Air) FIT RLC 140mm Taper: $700 (+tax, includes install)
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Old 04-30-2012, 10:53 PM   #2
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Anything in the Fox 32 line with a 1.125" steer tube (old frame), prefer Talas with a range of 100-120 travel, but maybe a Float with 100 travel would work too?

Does Fox even make anything like this anymore?
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Anything in the Fox 32 line with a 1.125" steer tube (old frame), prefer Talas with a range of 100-120 travel, but maybe a Float with 100 travel would work too?

Does Fox even make anything like this anymore?
Hi Craig,

We only have Tapered forks in stock, but Fox still makes many 1-1/8" offerings.

Talas forks only come in 140mm (adjusts to 110mm) and 150mm (adjusts to 120mm) travel.

...

Our advice? Buy a 140mm or 150mm travel Float 32 and have it spaced down to whatever travel you want (90mm? 100mm? 110mm? etc!). This will increase the future re-usability / resale potential of the fork.

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Hi,

Not sure if this is off topic but just putting it out there ... Any thoughts/comments about retro-fitting a Cannondale Lefty onto a Santa Cruz Blur LT?

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Bops, you should definitely get into Different Bikes and have them retrofit that fork for you!
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Hi,

Not sure if this is off topic but just putting it out there ... Any thoughts/comments about retro-fitting a Cannondale Lefty onto a Santa Cruz Blur LT?

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There are aftermarket steerer-tubes/crowns available, on the internet - direct from the guys who think it is a grand idea - to convert Lefty forks to 1-1/8". Beyond that, you are on your own for that one...

...

We do not service Lefty forks, so you would probably be best to talk to your Cannondale dealer about warranty/Cannondale's view on liability in our market running an aftermarket 1-1/8" steerer.

We are not a Santa Cruz dealer, so you would probably be best to talk to your Santa Cruz dealer about warranty/Santa Cruz's view on dual crown forks on Blur LT frames.

...

If you are interested in a Fox, Marzocchi, Rockshox, DT, or Magura fork then we could probably help you out.

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