I love this fork, it's the best fork I have ever owned and one of the best model years of Van's ever made, but to get stuff.....you gotta sell stuff. Anyway, this fork has some great points and a couple minor dealings. Only has about a total of 40 miles on it, works flawlessly, super damn plush, limited time on the fork. Now the dealings are it makes a squeaking sound the first 2-3 times you compress it after it's sat for a while not being used. It's done this since I bought it brand new and Fox said it's just from the stanchion needing to get lubed by the dust wiper in the seal real quick. I bet if you did a new seal change it would go away, and it also doesn't do it again while you're riding it after the initial compressions. Then there's a couple chips in the paint on the underside of the arch, can't really notice them ever, I forget about them until I take the wheel off, no biggie on those. Then there is a couple scratches on the bottom of the right stanchion behind the arch. How does a fork stanchion get scratched in this area, that's peculiar, you might be saying to yourself. Well I have small kids, it's small kids jobs to fuck shit up, they're motto is "I'm here to drink milk and break shit....and I'm all out of milk". My 1 year old Daughter at the time took the largest flathead screwdriver I own and did that to the stanchion when the fork was still brand new, less than a month old.....I don't even think I had ridden it yet. Anyway, one of the scratches does draw lube oil up from the dust wiper in the seal but other than that it's not a big deal and you can hardly see them. All it takes to lower this fork for your favorite tapered slope or DJ frame would be a hack saw and a spacer, it's super easy. Lower it just 20mm and the scratches magically disappear. This is why I am offering it at the fair price, as I feel.
Any questions just hit me up here in a message on PinkBike, I'm on here a lot. PayPal or cash in hand only and buyer pays shipping.