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Fox 32 Float RLC Factory, 140mm, tapered, Kashima

$350 USD
2011 Fox Float 32 RLC, Factory series, for 26" wheels. Tapered steerer, cut to 9.5" with starnut installed. Inludes 15mm axle and brake hose guide. Kashima coated stanchion (no scratches) Fork was maintained with due diligence. Damper was fully rebuilt recently by certified Fox tech, lowers have brand new seals (skf) and fresh Fox fluids. superficial wear on lowers from transporting and riding. like new (or better) on the inside. Kashima coated stanchions are in perfect condition. wieght is about 3.8lbs. Thanks for looking!

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Your upper link is on backwards... might want to fix that if you are trying to sell

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