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klunkykona StevieSmithDH's article
Oct 1, 2013 at 12:10
Oct 1, 2013
Stevie Smith here on Pinkbike, Ask Me Anything!
Steve, Picture the scenario after your World Cup win you are celebrating in a bar. A hells angels gang turns up and starts a fight with the riders. You have to pick 3 other riders from the World Cup to battle your way out of the bar who are they :-)
Added 2 photos to fox-40-mk-2
Sep 24, 2013 at 13:51
Sep 24, 2013
Selling
Sep 24, 2013 at 13:47
Sep 24, 2013

Fox 40

$450 GPB
Selling my fox 40. Just got back from service at mojo today so has all new seals etc fitted. Perfect working order. Some scuffs (touched up by mojo) on the lowers and new graphics fitted. Will include all paper work from mojo which shows the work carried out and condition report etc. The stanchions are in perfect condition and are not kashima coated. Rebound damper adjust is at the top of the fork and compression is at the bottom. 21.5cm steerer. Based in Aberdeen but can ship Now looking for £450 posted

klunkykona RichardCunningham's article
Jul 8, 2013 at 13:33
Jul 8, 2013
Ask Us Anything: Fox Factory
I have a new Fox Evolution Series 32 Float w/CTD that came on my Trek Stache. Its a lot of fun but the CTD seems to have 3 options (C:lock out T:work ok but a touch soft D: Blow through the travel.) I have the correct air pressure in the spring leg. What can I do to improve this performance? In the C position there is a bit of a clunk when I squish the fork through a weight shift. Is this normal?
klunkykona RichardCunningham's article
Jul 8, 2013 at 13:31
Jul 8, 2013
Ask Us Anything: Fox Factory
I read that I should do an air can service on my rear float every 15 hours. I like to do the odd 24 hour race - Is it ok to do this now and again on my float shock?
klunkykona RichardCunningham's article
Jul 8, 2013 at 12:52
Jul 8, 2013
Ask Us Anything: Fox Factory
3 questions: Mainly for Bryan Anderson I guess. Will fox ever design an open bath style fork? All my open bath zokeys required servicing about 1 every 12 months. I liked this for UK riding. Don't get me wrong my Fox forks are waaay lighter and perform great but the current designs are not that hot for UK (Scotland) riders in terms of servicing life. 2: I read that I should do an air can service on my rear float every 15 hours. I like to do the odd 24 hour race - Is it ok to do this now and again on my float shock? 3: I have a new Fox Evolution Series 32 Float w/CTD that came on my Trek Stache. Its a lot of fun but the CTD seems to have 3 options (C:lock out T:work ok but a touch soft D: Blow through the travel.) I have the correct air pressure in the spring leg. What can I do to improve this performance? In the C position there is a bit of a clunk when I squish the fork through a weight shift. Is this normal?
klunkykona mikelevy's article
Nov 12, 2012 at 15:52
Nov 12, 2012
EXCLUSIVE: DVO Emerald Inverted DH Fork - First Look
When I had shivers I had to release or bleed air out the topcap everyfew runs. Will this be required on these forks? If so how will that work when its air sprung?
Added 2 photos to spring
Dec 9, 2011 at 2:00
Dec 9, 2011
Selling
Dec 9, 2011 at 1:55
Dec 9, 2011

Titanium spring

$70 GPB
450 x 2.75 nuke proof ti spring (fits 3" stroke). Brand spanking new. Spring length is 150mm internal diameter is 40mm external diameter is 55mm

klunkykona mikelevy's article
Nov 23, 2011 at 4:02
Nov 23, 2011
Trek Session 9.9 Review
I would guess for 2013 this bike will be made in taiwan and not the USA bringing down the cost substantially. I also think for this money the bike should come with maxxis tyres, race face bars, mavic wheels etc.
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