Fox Suspension 32 F100 RL QR15 - 1.5 Taper 2009 Was £719.99 Now £215.98 (Titanium) @ChainReaction - HotUKDeals
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Fox Suspension 32 F100 RL QR15 - 1.5 Taper 2009 Was £719.99 Now £215.98 (Titanium) @ChainReaction

£215.98 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
New crowns, steerers, and lower legs all add up to a lighter and stiffer cross country weapon. The new chassis features our 15QR lower leg option, a tool-free thru-axle for fast no-hassle wheel change… Read More
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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
New crowns, steerers, and lower legs all add up to a lighter and stiffer cross country weapon. The new chassis features our 15QR lower leg option, a tool-free thru-axle for fast no-hassle wheel changes and incredible stiffness-to-weight ratio. Our race proven and improved damping gives riders velcro traction and steering precision while providing seamless transitions from compression to rebound.

Our 100 mm model is the lightest fork in its class, perfect for longer travel XC bikes, marathon racers, and light duty trail bikes. Look for the new F-Series at the front of the pack.

Features:
• Weight (15QR-includes axle): 100 mm 3.57 lbs / 1.62 kg
• Travel: 3.9 inches (100 mm)
• Adjustments: Low speed compression- Lever actuated lockout - Lockout force adjust- Air spring pressure- Rebound
• Lower Leg Options:-15QR thru-axle system - post-style disc brake mounting- post-style disc brake mounting
• Steerer: 1.5 Taper
• Spring: Air
• Intended use: XC, AM

4% Quidco = -£11.20 (£268.80)
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#1
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Images/Models/Original/53045-7.jpg

Edited By: Carley on Sep 22, 2010 09:58: black
#2
Will this fit on any xc bike? as I have fox f100rl on at the moment, but could sell on ebay and buy these, and saves 100 for a service as well
#3
whats the rest of the bike like:D
#4
canada16
Will this fit on any xc bike? as I have fox f100rl on at the moment, but could sell on ebay and buy these, and saves 100 for a service as well


Best to ask them if it is compatible by using any their contact options here
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#6
...this has a tapered steerer tube, you'd need to make sure that your frame is compatible.
IIRC the F100RL's have a 'normal' steerer tube, so I don't think you can.
#7
Thats what I was looking at. My bike is a 2008 Focus Suoerbud. might leave it. thanks
#8
I have an old orange p7 from 96 I take it this won't fit?
#9
You can normally tell if this type of fork will fit, the bottom of your Head tube will probably flare out so it's wider than the top.
I thought this was more common on longer 5-6" travel bikes so these are probably a bit of an oddidty in 100mm travel. Probably why they are so cheap. If you are lucky enough to have a cross country bike they will fit on then they are a bargain. As for being listed as AM forks, I don't think so - they are usually betweem 140mm and 160mm travel

Edited By: Burty on Sep 22, 2010 11:24: name
#10
Great price but as above will be limited who can use it, don't think I've ever seen a tapered head tube on a XC bike...
banned 1 Like #11
I've got a tapered head tube- do you think I should see the doctor?
#12
I vote cold cos cn get whol bike 4 less dan too hunderd pound.

[/inevitable]
#13
Magurdrac
I vote cold cos cn get whol bike 4 less dan too hunderd pound.


Not with this fork on it you can't.

Was £719.99 Now £280.00 - Voted hot from me!
#14
Yeh I would love to go down afan park in a 200 pound bike... LOL
#15
Great bargain but limited appeal

Still hot though
#16
Can you not have the steerer tube changed?
#17
leedale30
I have an old orange p7 from 96 I take it this won't fit?


No it wont the P7, even in 96, had a 1.1/8th steerer ,same as my Clockwork from the same period. & like your P7 it's still going strong. Great steel frames those Orange ones!
#18
dirge
Can you not have the steerer tube changed?


Probably very tricky if it's pressed in.
#19
It will cost more than this to repair them when the stanchions wear down after 13 months.
#20
good deal and great shop. I was in Northern Ireland 2 weeks ago, tried some cycle shoes on in the shop and they posted them to my house in England, arriving the following morning. Good service.(_;)
#21
jimborae
leedale30
I have an old orange p7 from 96 I take it this won't fit?


No it wont the P7, even in 96, had a 1.1/8th steerer ,same as my Clockwork from the same period. & like your P7 it's still going strong. Great steel frames those Orange ones!


Been round the world with me that bike! Love it, lived outside when I lived in Oz for a year also. Amazing bike still get the local kids shouting 'nice bike'.
#22
Magurdrac
I vote cold cos cn get whol bike 4 less dan too hunderd pound.

[/inevitable]


Bl**dy hell, took me 5 minutes just to decipher this. Please speak english or at least something that altavista can translate.
#23
canada16
Yeh I would love to go down afan park in a 200 pound bike... LOL


haha I'm of to afan this weekend :-))) It's the monster there this weekend!! :-)

Edited By: Burty on Sep 22, 2010 22:35: more

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