Official Axle To Crown Heights

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Official Axle To Crown Heights
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Posted: Dec 11, 2009 at 19:31 Quote
If a Totem is the same number

What do you think?

Posted: Dec 11, 2009 at 19:33 Quote
top or bottom of the lower crown ?

Posted: Dec 13, 2009 at 13:04 Quote
tyler629471 wrote:
i was wondering if the a2c is takeing from the top or bottom of the crown (boxxer)

top.

Posted: Feb 12, 2010 at 14:08 Quote
the 2010 marzocchi 888 EVO TI says total lenght is 583mm but his a consierdiable higher then any other fork like the totem, boxxer or 40...Is this the official Axle to crown height or do you have to minus something for some reason?

Posted: Feb 12, 2010 at 15:43 Quote
im not sure. bu the 888 is the only fork with the little markings on the upper stanctions to show how low/high you can run it. that might be the highest. im really not sure though.

Posted: Feb 12, 2010 at 22:20 Quote
gooieshred wrote:
im not sure. bu the 888 is the only fork with the little markings on the upper stanctions to show how low/high you can run it. that might be the highest. im really not sure though.
oh ya I remember that on my 06...very good point

Posted: Mar 20, 2010 at 5:30 Quote
Having just been googling this very subject (looking to replace 09 fox talas 32s, 140mm with RS revelation team 150mm), I can tell you the Rockshox tech centre is awesome. Tons of info
online service centre main page
and
User specs and standards for manufacturers which very helpfully has all the current axle to crown heights amongst other things

Posted: Jul 28, 2010 at 15:13 Quote
will 10 mm make a difference on feel between ATC??

gooieshred wrote:
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: Jul 28, 2010 at 16:43 Quote
You quoted that entire thing...........?

Think it's one inch = 1 deg in headtube angle. 10mm shouldn't be too big a deal. Depending on your stup (if you wanted to get those 10mm back) you could run an integrated headset, move spacers around, run a lower handlebar, or a lower stem.

Posted: Jul 28, 2010 at 17:14 Quote
haha ya i didnt think there would be so much to copy, and thanks for the info!

mr-wilson wrote:
You quoted that entire thing...........?

Think it's one inch = 1 deg in headtube angle. 10mm shouldn't be too big a deal. Depending on your stup (if you wanted to get those 10mm back) you could run an integrated headset, move spacers around, run a lower handlebar, or a lower stem.

Posted: Nov 23, 2010 at 7:35 Quote
Does anyone know any A2C measurements for LEFTY forks? I just bought a Cannondale Rush frame and want to get a fork that will maintain the intended geometry.

Posted: Nov 23, 2010 at 9:48 Quote
igottaride wrote:
Does anyone know any A2C measurements for LEFTY forks? I just bought a Cannondale Rush frame and want to get a fork that will maintain the intended geometry.
measure it?

Posted: Nov 23, 2010 at 10:09 Quote
curly-haired-invader wrote:
igottaride wrote:
Does anyone know any A2C measurements for LEFTY forks? I just bought a Cannondale Rush frame and want to get a fork that will maintain the intended geometry.
measure it?

Wow, great advice curly-haired-twat. Obviously if I had one I would not have to ask. Like I said "I just bought a Cannondale FRAME". I'm shopping for forks and I want to get one that has an A2C close to that of a LEFTY. And no I'm not going to buy a LEFTY. Now, does anyone have an educated response to my question?

Posted: Nov 23, 2010 at 10:11 Quote
igottaride wrote:
curly-haired-invader wrote:
igottaride wrote:
Does anyone know any A2C measurements for LEFTY forks? I just bought a Cannondale Rush frame and want to get a fork that will maintain the intended geometry.
measure it?

Wow, great advice curly-haired-twat. Obviously if I had one I would not have to ask. Like I said "I just bought a Cannondale FRAME". I'm shopping for forks and I want to get one that has an A2C close to that of a LEFTY. And no I'm not going to buy a LEFTY. Now, does anyone have an educated response to my question?
hahahah gees, chillllll

Posted: Dec 12, 2010 at 10:26 Quote
awesome.

thanks!


 
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