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Fox 831 Video

Mark Fitzsimmons talking about Fox's new 831.

13 Comments

  • + 3
 I completely understand fox makes an amazing fork and its probably worth every penny, but 831 dollars?!

Thats wayyyyyyy off from the competitor prices.

Again, I understand its Fox, and they make an amazing fork, but $$831 is just too expensive for who they are trying to target, especially since its an amped up Fseries.
  • + 0
 If someone wanted to couldnt they just make a sleeve over the 15mm axle to turn into 20mm? the only issue i could see would be tire clearance but you could do it with the right tire
  • + 3
 your stupid, the rim isn t going to change size because of your axle size. your spokes are longer, or the flanges are a little bigger.
  • + 0
 a 15mm axle hub is going to be smaller than a 20mm axle hub and the flanges are probably going to be different sizes and since this fork is meant for a 15mm axle...you can do the rest
  • + 1
 It wouldnt make a difference regardless.. doesnt make a difference on none 20mm axel hubs you can use the same tire with 9mm quick release or 20mm.. they obviously engineered it properly.. soo think before you post
  • + 0
 sorry now that i think about i realize that it doesn't matter as long as the rim is 26". sorry my bad
  • + 1
 your forgiven. lol
  • - 1
 15mm, they may as well have made it for 29" wheels.
  • + 1
 do you need to buy anthing new for this to if your bike already runs on a 20 mm npt 15mm
  • + 1
 it comes with adapters i belive or mine did
  • + 1
 I WANT ONEtup !!!!!!!
  • - 1
 I just bought a blk mrkt riot and im going to buy these forks but do i need to get a smaller rim??
  • + 1
 why would you need a smaller rim it doesnt make sense






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