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Fox Transfer post

$195 USD
Fox Transfer post. 30.9 x 150 Very good condition. The little nub for the cable routing is included and in the picture. Nothing leaking nor is the slider portion scratched. All is good. I have not ridden it all season. Has probably a season on it from last year. I run two trail bikes, a dh rig, and a gravel bike, so any one bike doesn't get a ton of use. It is possible I've had this rebuilt by Fox since I've owned it but can't be sure. I send all my Transfers in for a rebuild about every 1 1/2 season and can't recall if this one made it in. Shipping: $9 for the East US $15 past the Mississippi Paypal is best. Thanks for looking.

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