First Look: Forkmods' 20x110 to 15x110 Axle Conversion Kit

Jun 10, 2021
by Seb Stott  
The thread adapter threads into the fork's 20mm threads and houses an M15 female thread for the 15mm thru-axle.

If you've ever wanted to run one set of wheels on your enduro bike and your downhill bike, apparently you're not alone. After offering kits to convert 15mm road forks to fit (more common) 12mm hubs, Forkmods say that "a sufficient number of people" asked them for a kit to convert 20mm thru-axle MTB forks to fit 15mm hubs.

Interestingly, RockShox seriously considered using a 15mm axle when they last updated the Boxxer in 2018, so Forkmods is not the only company to see the benefit of cross-compatibility.

The non-threaded side has a simple press-fit aluminum sleeve with 20mm outer diameter, 15mm inner diameter.

The kit consists of an aluminum reducer sleeve which slides into the non-threaded dropout of the fork, and a thread adapter for the threaded (brake) side, which has 20mm male threads on the outside and 15mm female threads on the inside. A 22mm socket is used to torque the thread adapter into the fork threads. Steel inserts slot into the inner side of both dropouts to interface with the 15mm hub end caps. Then, a 15mm aluminum thru-axle slots through the fork and hub.

"The install takes very little time and is entirely reversible," according to Forkmods, and once you've installed the adapters you can remove and install the wheel just using the 15mm thru-axle and Allen key as you normally would.

The steel inserts inside the dropout cradle the 15mm hub's end caps.

Stiffness may be a concern when going from 20mm to 15mm, but the stiffness of a fork has less to do with the thru-axle than you might think. That's because the immense clamping force provided by a correctly torqued thru-axle creates a strong friction interface between the hub end caps and the fork legs. This means the hub acts like a structural component of the fork, so long as the axle is done up tight enough. When RockShox launched the latest iteration of the Boxxer, they told me they could have made the Boxxer just as stiff with a 15mm axle. They chose to stick with 20mm because most purpose-built downhill wheels are 20mm only.

But now that enduro wheels are often just as tough as downhill wheels, and many riders are running downhill tires and big rotors on their enduro wheels, some riders might want to share one front wheel across their downhill and enduro bikes. And as it's reversible, you can always go back to a downhill-specific wheel later on.


Three kits will be offered:

• Kit A: Fits/replaces RockShox Maxle Lite/DH Front Thru Axle: 20x110, 165mm Length, M20x2.0 thread, 35mm/40mm Chassis (2011-2016 Domain, Lyrik, Totem), SRAM part #: 00.4315.013.030 & 00.4315.013.040.

• Kit B: Fits/replaces RockShox Maxle Lite Front Thru Axle: 20x110, 158mm Length, M20x2.0 thread, 32mm Chassis (2011-2016 Argyle, Reba, Revelation, Sektor, Pike, Recon, Tora), SRAM part #: 00.4315.013.010.

• Kit C: Fits/replaces Rockshox Maxle DH Front Thru Axle: 20x110, 158mm Length, M20x1.50 thread, BoXXer 2019+ SRAM part #: 00.4318.027.000

On compatibility, note that Boost 15x110 and Boost 20x110 forks both have a wider brake rotor spacing than either 15x100 or conventional 20x110 (non-Boost) standards. Therefore, a 15x110 Boost hub won’t fit in a 20x110 non-boost fork.

The price is expected to be around $110 USD when the production kits become available. Check out forkmods.com for more info and updates. But be quick if you want one - acording to the company's website, "If even half the people who have begged us to make this conversion order one, they'll be hard to come by for a while."


128 Comments

  • 136 10
 GRRR... getting triggered by 15 mm again, NEVER should have happened!! 10 years ago I had 20x110 mm on all my bikes, DH, XC, and whatever a trail bike with DH components was called before enduro. Still mad at Fox for giving us the waste of aluminum that 15 by whatever is.
  • 26 3
 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1... Why did that happen in the first place? A n ever-so-slightly lighter hub no one wanted?
  • 15 4
 You're not alone. Partially out of principle I only own 20mm and 9mm forks. 20mm on any adult bikes.
  • 6 9
 @rosemarywheel: In the pre-enduro world when freeride bikes were w-a-y too heavy to pedal, components sucked, and wheel-tire tech failed, I guess it seemed that light wimpy bikes were the way to go. Then along came enduro and everything stayed light, gears worked, but things got more beefy. Forks got beefy and were great again (!), and yet, the 15 mm axle has been carried over.
  • 11 3
 10.000 up votes from me
  • 1 1
 @rad8: Oh, So thats what happened. I have only been into MTB for about 4-5 years so haven't seen all the changes as they happen yet. And not ALL components sucked... Just a bunch of them.
  • 6 0
 @rosemarywheel: don't underestimate the power of weight weenies and the appel for marketing service to say their new product is 5g lighter than the competition. Never mind that it makes no sense and that you have to create boost, hyperboost and whatnot to correct the inherent lack of stiffness but don't want to revert to 20mm and 15x150 so you can keep face. Sure it was also a time where DH WC racers experimented with 160mm discs to save weight ...
  • 7 2
 @rosemarywheel: i hate that i know the answer, the answer is money and hubs/bearings. for oem spec it was a lot easier to convert a 10mm axle hub to a 15mm thru axle hub and use the same bearings as the 10mm axle and also the same hub shell stock. at the time 20x110 hubs were a lot bigger, mostly because of bearings size. i agree it should've been 20mm this whole time, but that's why we're on 15 now, ease of manufacturing conversion and the money saved and made because of that ease.
  • 3 1
 @rad8: If I've heard the story correctly, one instigator of the introduction of 15 mm TA was DT Swiss (I'm sure someone will correct me). DT Swiss had a light 20mm TA XC fork. At that point, 20 mm TA was associated with DH / gravity riding, and some people bought that DT Swiss fork and treated it the same way, and then complained that their fork broke. DTS wanted a way to differentiate TA forks.
  • 2 0
 On reflection, the DT Swiss fork may not have been XC, but it's intentions were not freeride or DH, which is how users treated it.
  • 6 5
 Have any if yea actually had issues with 15mm axles? I've had 5 bikes with 15mm I think and never had a single issue. Don't think I feel the difference when I get on the dh bike either.
Also the back end takes a proper beating which is on a 12mm and I've never snaped or bent one of them either.
  • 3 1
 @filryan: yep, twisted lowers
  • 1 0
 @nojzilla: wow really. What forks and what year were they ?
  • 7 4
 @filryan: not me but two friends twisted a marz, an two fox, 15mm is the stupidest thing to ever happen to MTB
  • 5 0
 @nojzilla: you think that's deff down to the axle and not strength missing from the crown ?
  • 2 1
 @filryan: if the crown was bent maybe, but the lowers twised at the bottom so the axle wouldn't meet up with the other side couple of em where not to bad so the fork so the fork could still be used but one was so bad it needed a new lower.
  • 4 0
 @nojzilla: how can the lowers twist without the crowns bending. Surly that isn't possible, that would mean the leg itself got a twist in it. Or the socket for the axle got bent.
  • 2 1
 @nojzilla: also while chatting father down this came up.

m.pinkbike.com/news/rockshox-boxxer-world-cup-first-ride.html

Top guys racing dh on 15mm axles in 29er boxes with lyrik lowers
  • 5 1
 @filryan: Have you ever had brake rub after a hard deceleration using the front brake? That comes from micro-movements in how the hub sits in the dropout, which surely would be reduced by a larger axle.
  • 4 0
 @Crossmaxx: actually what would really stop this would be to bring back lower pinch bolts. But you know, it would take a massive extra 10sec to take your wheel off and on again and probably another extra 20g to your fork. Who need reliable and consistent performance when you can gain such massive advantages ...
  • 1 0
 @Crossmaxx: not sure if I have or not or at least not that I've noticed. Maybe I don't ride fast enough hahah
  • 3 3
 @filryan: I've never had an issue with 15mm but I don't think that's the point here as there was no issue with 20mm. The move was made by the industry (I thought it was a collaborative effort but could be wrong) purely for profit and in a way which forced the consumer to buy new wheels and fork. The bigger Co's dictated it so everyone had to follow suit.

I'm all for change which drives performance but that was not the case here. It was, in my mind, designed to create more bike categories for the simple purpose of increasing sales, and extracting more money from the end user.
  • 3 0
 @5afety3rd: I went to the Fox launch of 15mm axles, the reason behind it was born from 20mm being made lighter and lighter to suit the emerging market for light but strong single crown forks, as the 20mm axle became lighter and wall thickness of the axle decreased the sheer strength also decreased, a lot. So to increase sheer strength while not gaining weight the 15mm axle was born, and trail forks as we knew them changed forever.
  • 1 8
flag Mondbiker (Jun 11, 2021 at 5:17) (Below Threshold)
 @dglee: the reason for 15mm axles came from shimano introducing center lock brake discs, I thought this was quite widely known fact.
  • 1 1
 @dglee: really? Interesting, although it sounds a bit spurious to me. I would have thought any weight saving would be negligible, and rigidity would surely be compromised a bit (although also pretty negligible really, having ridden both). Still, we are where we are.
  • 4 0
 @Mondbiker: centrelock disc brakes were introduced in 2003, when M960 XTR was introduced for MY04. 15mm TA was introduced in 2008 for MY09 forks, sure, Shimano makes the axle and co-developed the interface, but centrelock wasn't the trigger, 6 bolt 15TA hubs were made by Shimano until 2013 as well.
  • 1 3
 @dglee: possible, but I´m pretty sure that fox and shimano made the deal to go to 15mm (maybe boost 15 from standard 20mm?). I think it was somehow linked to centerlock saint hubs. In either way, it´s ridiculous as nowadays you can use centerlock even with 20mm axle since they moved to BB tool for it instead of cassette tool. But in this industry sometimes obvious things appear to those in power a bit too late.
  • 4 0
 @tremeer023: yep, thats what the Fox tech guys said. At the time there were 140mm QR forks, super flexible, or 150mm 20TA forks, solid but heavy. A big axle needs a big drop out, pinch bolts etc, all that was gone with 15QR.
  • 3 0
 @Mondbiker: yes, Fox and Shimano co-developed 15x100. External (BB tool) rotor lock rings were introduced at the same time. Boost was developed by SRAM.
  • 1 1
 @dglee: yep, I certainly remember the old qr forks which weren't enough. I wonder if, now that the SID fork has 35mm stantions, there will be a shift back to 20mm for all. They may be scared of the bad publicity from doing that now though I guess.
  • 2 0
 @tremeer023: if youve never had an issue with 15 then how do you know the performance wasn't increased by maker things smaller and lighter.
  • 1 1
 @filryan: maybe, but very marginal gain.
Also, going smaller seems to defy logic when everything else on the front end of a bike has grown in width (headtube, stantions, bar, rims/tyres etc).
I'm just bitter 'cos it cost me at the time and I would have preferred to stay with a wider axle as it was clear most other components were moving that way.
  • 2 1
 The 15mmQR/TA was created to replace the 9mm QR as a slightly stiffer alternative to 9mm for xc/trail riding but not as heavy as 20mm for DH at the time. It was aimed at the crowd who uses foam grips for weight savings and drilled holes in their Ti pedals to save grams. A 20mm thru axle would have meant larger fork lowers, bigger axle, more weight and arguably a harsher ride for its intended purpose. Fast forward a number of years, 15mm front hubs are very common and through the natural progression of the sport, the 15mm forks have gotten larger and longer which brings us to the current 38mm chassis forks. At which point in the last 13 years should there have been a switch to 20mm TA Trail/Enduro forks when weight is always an issue? I don't think the window was so cut and dry.
  • 1 1
 @dglee: that’s the marketing they sold you.
  • 1 0
 @Tmackstab: good argument. Bikes are so much better generally now compared with 13 years ago that I guess it isn't a big deal anymore, as long as it doesn't break. It's still wider than 12mm and I've never had a problem with that.
  • 2 0
 @Tmackstab: agreed, 9mm QR is effectively 5mm QR, the skewer diameter. 20mm was seen as too much bulk and troublesome when it was made lighter, 15QR opened up a whole lot of options.
  • 2 0
 @5afety3rd: think engineering
  • 1 0
 @tremeer023: I guess that makes sense, I've only ever ridden 20mm on dh bikes. My first full sus came with fox 32s with 15mm axle and I thought it was fine. As I got better I realised the 32s flexed way too much but never wanted a bigger axle
  • 1 0
 @5afety3rd: the bearings for 9/10mm QR and 15mm are completely different, as are the hub shells. A 10mm axle could be fitted directly through a sealed bearing or interface with the cone and bearing since the 5mm skewer secured the hub into the fork. 15mm hubs have an 18-19mm axle for cup and cone type or at least 15mm for sealed bearings.
  • 1 0
 @dglee: Not necessarily, the axle that sits in your dropouts is 9mm. The skewer does nothing more than hold the wheel in the dropouts, and has very little stress on it.
  • 1 0
 Sorry Forkmods, happy to see that you are making it so that our wheels are cross-compatible!!
  • 50 3
 It would be ideal if all axles were 20mm. Alas, I'm super grateful for all these little companies building adapters that make stuff more compatible
  • 31 0
 We're doing our best!
  • 1 0
 @forkmods: I'm a little confused how this works with the different brake offsets between standard 20x110 and 15x110 boost axles, not sure how this can work with lyrik, totem, argyle, etc. since those are all standard 20x110. Can you please explain?
  • 1 5
flag Mondbiker (Jun 11, 2021 at 0:05) (Below Threshold)
 @robw515: 15x100 hubs typically use the same hub shell as non boost 20x110.
  • 3 0
 @Mondbiker: You are clearly missing the point. All the words state 20x110 to 15x110 axle conversion kit, not 15x100. So again, I don't know how a 15x110 boost hub is going to work on a standard 20x110 fork.
  • 2 0
 @robw515: I'm currently running a 5mm spacer behind my disc (6 bolt) as am running a standard 20x110 hub in a 20x110 boost fork and it works fine. Maybe that helps answer your question a little.
  • 1 5
flag Mondbiker (Jun 11, 2021 at 4:54) (Below Threshold)
 @Freakyjon: it doesn´t, because you would need adapter to subract those 5mm from existing hub.
  • 2 3
 @robw515: No, I know exactly what your point is and I gave you the only possible answer. It is boost conversion on boost forks, it cannot be boost conversion on non boost forks, unless you come up with some magic trick to move disc flange inwards or brake mount outwards.
  • 6 0
 @Mondbiker: @Freakyjon - thanks for the discussion. You've both more or less arrived at the correct conclusion. The kits convert *either* a non-Boost 20mm fork to non-Boost 15mm fork, or; a Boost 20mm fork to Boost 15mm. We're not making anyone's non-Boost fork work with a Boost hub. Sorry for any confusion we've contributed to.
  • 1 2
 @forkmods: I see some corrections have been made, but it's still not really accurate since there is no such thing as a 15x110 non-boost hub. You should probably clearly state that the kits for 20x110 non boost forks are only for 15x100 hubs and the kits for 20x110 boost forks are only for 15x110 hubs. Otherwise, expect a lot of upset customers looking for refunds because your info makes it look like all kits are for 15x110 hubs.
  • 46 15
 i have already been running my wheels from my dh bike on my enduro bike by just using my enduro bike for everything,,,,, so far i have had 0 issues
  • 13 0
 I hear what you are saying and have done exactly that for years. But get on a full dh bike and tell me it doesn't put a ridiculous grin on your face that only 8 inches of purpose built suspension can do.
  • 2 0
 @adrennan: exactly
  • 1 0
 @adrennan: I understand what you're saying but in the UK the number of tracks you need a DH bike for can be counted on one hand, as an average rider I don't think there is a jump line out there I would hit in a DH bike but not an enduro bike... The cost of owning a DH bike Vs the opportunities to use it are completely unjustified... Unless uplifted bikeparks become as common as football pitches I can't see much point!!
  • 2 0
 @netracer-enduro: I don’t know where you live, but if you’re near north Wales there’s a lot of bike parks that a lot of people use dh bikes.(I don’t personally though)
  • 33 17
 The pinkbike comment section will never recover from the death of the 20mm axle. Are you scared they’re putting microchips in the 15mm axle? Maybe the smaller axle acts as a 5G antenna and cooks you from the inside every time you ride park?
  • 5 0
 I don't think that's it given how many people I smell getting baked on the lift
  • 5 2
 The fact is 20mm axle is not dead, dh and dj forks still use this standard
  • 9 0
 Fair play to forkmods, it’s great when companies offer really useful stuff like this at a fair price! The price of Al is always on the up and so they must be working on smaller margins.
And all Just before new Boxxer appears and SRAM have decided on a DUB like front axel size of 17.25 to offer the best of both worlds…
I was typing this as a joke but the more I think about it the less it would shock me if it did happen.
  • 5 0
 What have you done. Delete the comment before Sram or fox find
  • 8 1
 What's the point of having two different bikes and only one wheelset? Why not prefer 20x110 hub and use 15/20x110 stainless sleeve in it for spaghetti fork? Why not just abandon 15mm stupidity and use 20mm standard?
  • 9 0
 i run 20mm axle on both, so no issue here.
  • 9 2
 Can we have an adapter that turns the 15mm axle into a 20mm one? Razz
  • 2 0
 Drill, reamer, and a tap Big Grin
  • 7 1
 How good are axle standards. Blank Stare
  • 5 0
 No, no, no...you guys...Specialized had it right all along with the proprietary e150 with 25mm axle!!!!
  • 3 0
 Brilliant for all the enduro-bros who own a 170-180mm enduro bike and can now just buy a spare Boxxer to change to for those full on park and DH days. Insted of buying a full on DH bike.
  • 6 2
 Pretty sick. Especially if you throw a dual crown on your enduro bike for park days.
  • 5 0
 great idea, i don't need it. but great idea
  • 4 0
 I've considered picking up a Boxxer for my Slayer as a park option, this would be interesting indeed.
  • 1 0
 Nevermind, headset issues.
  • 1 0
 Me too for my 2020 Slayer! But buying a fork, a front wheel and some more hardware ramps up the price significantly.
  • 2 0
 @xTwoSnakesx: how so? Go get a 1.5 adaptor crown race for the Boxxer.
  • 1 0
 @Muckal: Im talking about hot swapping. 36 on after work trail rides, Boxxer on bike park weekends/shuttle epics.
  • 1 0
 @xTwoSnakesx: still don't get the problem. Take the 36 off, put the Boxxer on?
  • 2 0
 Definitely in the all Axle's should be 20mm camp but this would be perfect for trying to put a dual crown on an enduro or even build up a dh bike as its almost impossible to find pre built 29er wheels with a 20mm axle.
  • 1 0
 I’ll definitely be picking one of these up. I have more than one 15mm qr front wheels doing nothing atm while I run my only 20mm front on my downduro bike. Being able to drop in an adapter and run one of my spare wheels is really valuable if my 20mm front is out of action. I’ve been meaning to do something like this on the lathe for a while, but would rather pay a little extra and not have to design and fab it myself.
  • 1 0
 What am I missing here? Because it looks like the "dropout inserts" in the drawing will take up some of the inner width, reducing the 110 mm of space to something less than that.
  • 1 5
flag Mondbiker (Jun 11, 2021 at 0:08) (Below Threshold)
 just as it should huh? matching hub shell will be on 15x100mm hubs for older non boost 20mm forks
  • 2 0
 @Mondbiker: Those spacers are clearly not 5mm thick at the axle ends which is how thick they would have to be for a 15x100 to 20x110 conversion. Additionally, no where in this article or on their website does it mention a 15x100 hub so I don't know why you keep stating this because that's not the question people are asking, did you read the article?
  • 1 4
 @robw515: maybe focus less on the words and more on the numbers?
  • 3 0
 @Mondbiker: I was focusing on the numbers and all numbers said 15x110, no where was 15x100 stated at all. Also, the only pictures of the dropout inserts shown were ones that would work with a 15x110 hub, they haven't shown any dropout spacers with a 5mm thick portion that would work with a 15x100 hub. So rather than let this very misleading article state something impossible, it seems like a good idea to ask @forkmods this question before a lot of people order these kits trying to put 15x110 hubs in 20x110 non boost forks... But you keep on being condescending and unhelpful while other people actually try to clarify and correct the info for the benefit of both @forkmods and their potential customers.
  • 1 3
 @robw515: LOL, you are really helpful when you contradict what I was saying all along and what was correct information. Sooooo helpful.
  • 1 0
 How will the brake interface work for non-boost 20x110 forks? I thought the brake disk is the same distance from the hub center on 20x110 non-boost and 15x100 hubs and that the boost versions have the disk moved 5mm out?!
  • 1 0
 The kits convert *either* a non-Boost 20mm fork to non-Boost 15mm fork, or; a Boost 20mm fork to Boost 15mm. We're not making anyone's non-Boost fork work with a Boost hub.
  • 1 0
 mtb'ers: "we want to run the same wheels on our DH and non-DH bikes again"

industry lizards: "ok, here's an adapter to run your 15mm wheels on your DH fork"

mtb'ers: "no not like that"
  • 3 0
 Farrrrrrrrk YeahHHHHHH!!!!
  • 3 0
 I'm looking to run a 15mm and 20mm axle rims on a QR 100mm. Lol.
  • 3 0
 20mm axle should have never gone away in the first place
  • 2 0
 Have you heard of Mavic ?
There wheels are sold with those adapters so you can run them with 15 or 20mm axles...
  • 2 0
 Isn't there a brake mount difference between 20x110 and 15boost?
  • 5 0
 A 15x110 boost hub won't fit in a 20x110 non-boost fork because of the brake aligment.
  • 2 1
 @forkmods: so, this adapter let's you run non-boost 15mm hub into a 20mm DH fork?
How many modern Enduro wheels are non boost?
Or am I missing the point?
  • 4 0
 @juanny: no, 20x110 BOOST and 15x110 are the same brake alignment. 20x110 and 15x110 are different
  • 3 0
 @Carbon1maro: ah, thanks I just learned 20x110 boost is a thing
  • 1 0
 @forkmods: So the claim that a 15x110 to 20x110 conversion claim is actually not correct, then.
  • 1 0
 It’s a good idea, although I can do it already with the Chris King ISO AB front hub - just an end cap swap.
  • 1 0
 I'll take Another Stupid piece for a standard that should have never existed for 1000.
  • 1 0
 $110, what's the point of this? You can build extra front wheel for not much more than that.
  • 1 0
 I have a Marzo ata 55 with 20mm axle, any idea where to find an adapter to mount a 15mm axle?
  • 3 2
 This is a great offering! Nice to see this company making kits like these
  • 1 0
 Why not have 20mm axles front and rear?
  • 6 0
 Rear would be too large to fit a 9/10/11t small cog.
  • 1 0
 Anyone remember Edco hubs that were 20mm rear thru axle hubs? Came on Yeti DH9 and a few others. They were terrible
  • 1 0
 @IllestT: I actually have one, along with a schwinn straight 8 and a yeti dh8 frame.
  • 1 2
 @MaplePanda: False. I have a 20mm thru axle rear hub that had a shimano xt 10-32 cassette.
  • 2 1
 My bad, the edco hub is 15mm axle. The rock razor is 20mm. Both the schwinn and yeti had an option for a sun ringle lawwill 12mm hub also.
  • 1 0
 One of these for my 17mm fork would be great to work with a 15mm axle
  • 1 0
 Kill this before it breeds.
  • 1 0
 i should leave i only have 9x100 qr
  • 2 1
 It’s all boostshit !
  • 1 1
 Just put Lyrik lowers on. Simple
  • 1 0
 Please elaborate. Been thinking of this for a long time. 2015 27.5 boxxer with non boost Hari/lyrics lowers. Will miss my 20mm axle though.
  • 1 0
 @donpinpon29: I'm sure that's how they tested the first 29er boxxers. 99% certain that's what an early article said
  • 1 1
 too bad it doesn´t fit lol. Different stanchion spacing.
  • 1 0
 @filryan: yeah. I read that too. Just need to know if for a 2015 boxxer I need boost or not. I suppose is not boost
  • 1 0
 @donpinpon29: well 2015 boxxers were deff 110mm and I'm sure to make them boost they just moved the brake mount and not changed the width. So I guess 110 boost lyrik lowers would fit. Maybe call your local service centre. We have tf tuned which are really good at answering questions. Althis this is a bit out of the ordinary
  • 2 0
 @IllestT it won't work on all combinations. It has been discussed in long thread on MTBR. (google Lyxxer)
  • 1 0
 @filryan: dude, I know what the measurement are and I also know they used custom crowns to do that, there aren´t boost 15mm lowers (or even non boost lyrik/yari ones) that fit boxxer upper part, whether pre 2019 or post 2019 boxxer. It won´t work. There is 15mm boost fork that has the same stanchion spacing as pre 2019 boxxer. It´s not RS though, and it´s 27.5 version only.
  • 1 0
 @Mondbiker: what custom boxer crowns?
That would make sense then. The articles doesn't say that I don't think. Just that they used lyrik lowers
  • 1 0
 @filryan: and you are seriously using pinkbike half assed infos for anything tech related? Good luck with that. Feel free to try it though, you can always sell those parts when you find out yourself...Custom as custom, as you cannot get them of the shelf.
  • 1 0
 @Mondbiker: hahahah not really, just commented that I remembered reading it when they tested the idea of a 29er fork. I have no reason to try it myself. I have both an enduro bike and a dh bike and I'm happy with the set up of both
  • 2 2
 Gain weight, decrease stiffness, add costs!
  • 1 0
 WHY???
  • 2 4
 axle standards is the biggest cash grab in the industry by far. total Bullshit
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