Official Axle To Crown Heights

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Posted: Jun 6, 2009 at 16:20 Quote
I was wondering if the pinkbike community can help me out on this one. I have looked everywhere for multiple ATC heights and i have found nothing. This thread can end all of the little threads on ATC.

Popular ATC heights:

09-10 Boxxers: 568mm
Fox 40 180mm: 545.8mm
Fox 40 191mm: 558.5mm
Fox 40 203mm: 571.2mm
09-10 Totems: 565mm
07 36vanR: 545.3mm
888 200mm: 567mm
66 180mm: 564mm

Courtesy of: http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=470024&highlight=axle+crown


FOX

All models +/- 5mm

F80: 450.9mm
F90: 460.9mm
F100: 470.9mm
F120: 490.9mm
Float, Talas, Van 130: 500.9mm
Float, Talas, Van 140: 510.9mm (08 Talas: 515mm)
Talas 150: 520.9mm
Float, Talas, Van 160: 545.3mm
Fox 40 180: 545.8mm
Fox 40 203: 571.2mm

ROCKSHOX

All models +/- 5mm

99-08 SID 63: 434mm
99-08 SID 80: 451mm
Argyle 80: 471mm
Argyle 100: 491mm
SID 80: 453mm
SID 90: 463
SID 100: 473
Dart 80:454mm
Dart 100: 471mm
Dart 120: 501mm
Tora XC/SL/RACE 80: 450mm
Tora XC/SL/RACE 100: 470mm
Tora AM 80: 459mm
Tora AM 100: 479mm
Tora AM 120: 499mm
Tora AM 130: 509mm
Recon XC/SL/RACE 80: 451mm
Recon XC/SL/RACE 100: 471mm
Recon AM 80: 459mm
Recon AM 100: 479mm
Recon AM 120: 499mm
Recon AM 130: 509mm
05-08 Reba 85: 458mm
05-08 Reba 100: 473mm
05-08 Reba 115: 488mm
Reba 80: 453mm
Reba 100: 473mm
Reba 120: 493mm
06-08 Revelation 100: 478mm
06-08 Revelation 115: 493mm
06-08 Revelation 130: 508m
Revelation 140: 521mm
Revelation 140 w/Maxle Lite: 518mm
Pike 95: 473mm
Pike 140: 518mm
Boxxer Ride 130: 494mm
Boxxer & Ride 174: 544mm
Boxxer 200: 568mm
Domain 115: 500mm
Domain 160: 545mm
Domain 180: 565mm
Lyrik 115: 500mm
Lyrik 160: 545mm
Totem 135: 530mm
Totem 180: 565mm

MAGURA

All models +/-5mm
Odur 85: 458mm
Odur 100: 473mm
Menja 85: 458mm
Menja 100: 473mm
Menja 130: 498mm
Durin 80: 453mm +/-3mm
Durin 100: 473mm +/-3mm
Durin 120: 493mm +/-3mm
Thor 140: 520mm
Wotan 160: 540mm

MANITOU

All models +/- 5mm

R7 80: 456mm
R7 100: 476mm
Minute 100: 478mm
Minute 120: 498mm
Minute 130: 508mm
Minute 140: 515mm
Nixon 145: 518mm
Nixon 160: 540mm
Gold Label 80: 460mm
Gold Label 100: 480mm
Travis Single 180: 572mm
TravisTriple 180: 562mm
TravisTriple 203: 585mm

MARZOCCHI

All models +/- 5mm

TXC 60: 466mm
22 100: 479mm
22 120: 499mm
33 80: 447mm
33 100: 467mm
33 120: 487mm
44 120: 487mm
44 140: 507mm
4x 100: 490mm
Corsa 100: 467mm
DJ 100: 490mm
55 160: 541mm
55 ATA Micro 165: 546mm
66 180: 564mm
888 200: 567mm

Feel free to add other forks up.
thanks,

landon

Posted: Jun 6, 2009 at 17:15 Quote
does anyone have any input?

Mod Plus
Posted: Jun 6, 2009 at 17:22 Quote
Edit - post added to the OP.

Posted: Jun 6, 2009 at 17:33 Quote
thanks so much dude. thats perfect.

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:24 Quote
Fork on my 09 demo-Totem 180: 565mm
Boxxer 200: 568mm
Fox 40 203: 571.2mm
will this difference of 3mm for the boxxer and 6mm for the 40 make a noticable difference on geo of my bike?

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:26 Quote
Not enough to really do anything. If you start talking inches (normally inch equals a degree either way) than it can become an issue.

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:27 Quote
3mm will do nothing. theoretically it will, but you wont be able to feel it.

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:29 Quote
somebody should made a thread dedicated to A2C heights. that would be a useful resource.

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:29 Quote
ya thats what I was thinking...ill be riding my totem for a bit and maybe a boxxer or 40 later. but I'm just worried about the totem because i have not read a single good comment on the quality of the solo air version but who knows maybe mine will be a good one haha

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:30 Quote
odin333 wrote:
somebody should made a thread dedicated to A2C heights. that would be a useful resource.
your in it..............

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:30 Quote
Look @ the first post.

Edit: beaten.

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:32 Quote
snowtrooperjr wrote:
odin333 wrote:
somebody should made a thread dedicated to A2C heights. that would be a useful resource.
your in it..............

but is the original poster up for constantly editing the thread to put new measurements up?

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:34 Quote
just put at the top of the first post an EDITED as of: (then the date)

Posted: Nov 6, 2009 at 13:35 Quote
snowtrooperjr wrote:
just put at the top of the first post an EDITED as of: (then the date)

why?

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