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  1. #1
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    FS: Fox Float 32 150 mm 26" - $150

    2011 Fox Float 32 26" fork. 15 mm axle. It has a lot of miles on it but has been well maintained. I replaced the wiper seals and oil earlier in the summer, then only rode it a few times before upgrading to a Mattoc. It was working great and the stanchions looked great when I had the lowers off. There is a light scratch on one stanchion but it has been smoothed and causes no problems for the seals. The air cap is missing but I have a valve cap on there to keep the valve clean.

    Pics here: https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2272121/

  2. #2
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    Are they really worth that much? I have the same fork in 120 and I been eyeing the mattock. Dunno if I could get ~$150 for my fox I would get the mattoc but otherwise I', not in a big hurry to change it.

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    It'd be way more valuable if it had a straight steerer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daught View Post
    Are they really worth that much? I have the same fork in 120 and I been eyeing the mattock. Dunno if I could get ~$150 for my fox I would get the mattoc but otherwise I', not in a big hurry to change it.
    It's really in excellent shape so I think 150 is fair, though I'm open to offers. Plenty of clapped out forks on PB for more. If I can't get at least a $100 or so for it I might as well keep it.
    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    It'd be way more valuable if it had a straight steerer.
    Truth.

  5. #5
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    Is the mattoc mind blowing compared to the fox?

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    Huge improvement for sure. Having LSC adjustment has made the bike so much better for jumping.

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    Yeah it was a big improvement for sure, especially on a bigger bike with stiffer wheels. The additional adjustments on the Mattoc helped but for my riding (Front Range chunder and chunk) the biggest thing I noticed was the stiffness. The bike got a LOT more stable through the chunk when I switched from the Talas to the Mattoc on my Reign.

  8. #8
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    I looked up mattoc and saw the old thread. Damn you got a good deal

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    Looks like this sold?

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