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2019 Fox Rhythm 36 150mm Boost - Grip Damper > Steerer cut to 7.5" w/star nut installed. I picked this up early last season to put on my backup bike. It has maybe 10 rides on it. I'm parting out that bike, so now this fork must go. Great fork for a budget build. Very clean w/only a couple scratches on the stickers. There was one scratch on the crown near the race that I covered up with a Sharpie (pictured) and some scratches on the steerer tub from bearing race install/uninstall. Otherwise in great shape. Asking $425. Will ship to the lower 48.
Apr 21, 2020 at 7:04Apr 21, 2020
Fox SLS coil springs for sale 450lb x 2.4"/61mm. 2 are in the pic, 1 has sold. These were switched back and forth on my bike for about 1 season. Couldn't make up my mind :) That bike and shock are gone, so the spring is no longer needed. $60
Apr 21, 2020 at 6:46Apr 21, 2020
2019 Fox 36 Grip Performance 160mm 29" w/ 44 mm offset. 110x15 boost axle. Taken off a new Transition Sentinel. Just a handful of rides, otherwise new. Steerer is cut to exactly 7" w/Starnut installed. Asking $600 plus shipping.
Apr 5, 2020 at 15:06Apr 5, 2020
2020 Fox DHX2 rear shock. Size 230x65mm. No spring included. I had some stroke reducers made up so it can be 230x62.5 or 230x60. This was on my park bike for half a season and didn't get that much use. $475 OBO.
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2019 Fox DPX2 210x55. Came off a 2019 YT Jeffsy 29er. Factory Kashima coating. Shock is in perfect shape and looks brand new. No scratches or damage. Shock has about 5 rides on it. Tune DN3Z
Nov 18, 2019 at 11:06Nov 18, 2019
2018 Fox Float X2 230x60mm freshly serviced from Fox. 1 Ride to verify no problems from servicing. Some paint rub on climb switch.
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Nov 6, 2019 at 7:20Nov 6, 2019
10 of the Best Handlebar Mounted Bike Lights Ridden & Rated
Good article/review. Was glad to see more detail on Lumens vs Lux and the importance of lens shape and heat disbursement. It's easy to get sucked into the lumen battle. One thing missing is a review of how quickly the brightness of each light dies off while using it. Sure it lasts for 2 hours, but how much brightness is lost after each 15 minutes of use? I'm pretty sure almost all lights are programmed to max out initially to the "Lumen Rating" and then quickly drop the brightness to get the longevity rating. No science to back this up, it's just something I've noticed with my own use of lights over the years. I'd like to see some numbers behind this. Personally, I've always used a solid self contained flashlight type helmet light (Exposure Diablo) as my only light, and that's worked out pretty well, until last year where I've added a Lumina 1200 bar light as support. This has been kind of a game changer as I now have peripheral vision of the trail as well. That was short lived as the mount broke while my wife was using the light and she didn't notice it and the light went bye bye. Now I'm back to the helmet light only and it kind of sucks. I really notice the flashlight affect and struggle a bit. It's also great having a backup light in case you f'd up your charging cycle or one of your bud's forgets his/her light. Next stop is the Outbound Lighting Hangover on the helmet with the Diablo as my bar light. I really like OL's focus on creating the ultimate light vs just throwing lumens and battery life numbers at you. I'd love to run their bar light reviewed in this article, but I think I'll be good with my setup. We'll see how that goes when it ships. Fingers crossed that it won't be too long.
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