Aug 24, 2016 at 9:422 days
Travis 180mm forks with Triple Intrinsic damping in very good mechanical condition. Steerer cut to 195mm, comes with integrated stem and spacer for stem, original bump stops. Maximum axle to crown length - 575mm. The spring has red paint on it, I believe this is medium stiffness - I weigh between 65-70kg and am a fairly rough rider. Had a look inside it looks well oiled and the oil is clean, since I don't have oil on me I didn't feel the need to replace it. Main seals are very good leaving only a thin film of oil on stanchions. Rebound dial works well with big range. Compression control (end half of the stroke) works although I usually have it fully closed. Cosmetically the lowers are losing paint around clamps - not a huge problem. There's some cable run on the lower crown, and the stanchion has a very small rub on it. You can't really feel it and the seal doesn't even make it up to it - so it's not a problem. All the bolt threads are good, and there is no cracking of the axle clamps. Thanks for looking.
Jul 15, 2016 at 10:23Jul 15, 2016
In good condition, a few scratches on top. Uncut. Light use. Selling due to surplus - there's a point when you don't need any more bars.
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