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Infographic: Fox Factory Trail, AM & Enduro Forks Feature Guide

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Sure, it’s easy post fodder, but there’s nothing like a good infographic to sum things up visually. From Fox comes their guide to 34 and 36 forks for trail, all mountain and enduro riding. Click on through for the full image…

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A picture may be worth a thousand words, but we’ve got a few hundred that explain the internal tech of the 2016 Fox suspension lineup and a technical interview, plus a review of the terrain crushing 36 here. And Boost? Yep, we’ve got some first impressions of that, too.

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Chasejj
Chasejj
7 years ago

I have a MY16 36 Float and it is very adjustable, way more stable than a 34/35 especially if you ride with big rotors and/or steep stuff.
Super easy to adjust the air volume with their new colored volume reducers.

Easily best fork for me ever and it is bone stock. Typically I send them off to Push to tune them. New DPS EVOL shock gets high marks as well.

Fred
Fred
7 years ago

My new Rocky mountain Altitude 770 came stock with 160mm float factory. IT’s only for trail!?

Fred
Fred
7 years ago

34 float 160mm. sorry.

Erik
Erik
7 years ago

Yes, Fred, stick to the trail, no mountains for you!

matt m
matt m
7 years ago

i want to hear about Manitou & DTSwiss. They dont get enough press

Glass
Glass
7 years ago

I had a Fox 36 Float FIT on my Scott voltage 710FR this year and I was not impressed. Fox have fixed their air spring and made it more progressive. I, however, only managed to get 160mm of travel out of the 180mm model even with all the dials fully open and the air pressure as low as 30psi. Hope the 2016 model is better.

chris
chris
7 years ago

@Glass, your just not riding hard enough, jumping or dropping far enough….

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