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Fox Factory 34 FLOAT 27.5 stanchion damage

$250 USD
For sale is a 2017 Fox Float 34 150mm fork. Below is the complete spec list from Fox, when you look up the 4 digit product code: C56P 2017, 34, K, FLOAT, 27.5in, F-S, 150, 3Pos-Adj, FIT4, Matte Blk, TA 62038/PMS 396C Logo, Kabolt 110, BLK, 1.5 T, 44mm Rake, OE The fork was working perfectly until my 2 year old pushed my bike over and the stanchion banged up against some bricks. Super frustrating. Anyway, everything else is in perfect working order. Maybe you have spare CSU laying around? Maybe you can repair the coating on the stanchion? I dunno.

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