you are looking for design and colors, don't look here.
If you are expecting a weightless wonder, don't pay
attention, at least yet.
Fox's entry into the fork market the stayed true to
their core values in making a no nonsense highend fork
with a "superior stiffness-to-weight ratio".
Fox is claiming that the forks, which will weigh between
3.57 and 4.14-pounds, will be as stiff as any thru-axle
fork currently on the market.
naming scheme will stay the same as their single rear
suspension shocks. Vanilla models will be coil sprung
and the Float models air sprung. Vanilla models will
use an externally relieved crown and the Float models
will get a lighter, hollow crown.
forks will feature adjustable rebound and nine of the
13 models feature lockout, and five of the forks have
external low-speed compression. Those external adjustments
are all achieved from the top of the right-hand leg
with stacked aluminum knobs and bezels.
forks WON'T come with boots. FOX feels that their patented
seals are the best on the market. "We're not using
a three-cent seal," said Fox Field tester Mike
Fox forks will have long upper bushing that are said
to "maximize rigidity and minimize wear".
The Teflon-backed bushings have been designed for minimal
drag by having grooves sliced into the bushings that
allow oil to flow to the upper bushing and top seal.