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  1. #1
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    FS: 2020 Fox Stepcast 34 120mm Factory (29")

    I've been running this Stepcast 34 on my XC bike since the spring and it's been great.

    Offhand I don't know the steerer measurement, but can measure if there's interest.

    Specs:
    2020 Fox Factory Step cast 34
    FIT 4 Damper
    Offset: 51mm
    Steerer 1.5 tapered
    Kabolt
    Push to open remote
    29" / Boost

    Condition:
    Pretty darn good. Stanchions and lowers are essentially blemish free. One Fox sticker has scuffs. There some slight wear on the remote.

    Retail with the remote looks to be over $1k.
    $550 cash / local
    $600 shipped.

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  2. #2
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    Is that a remote air spring valve on the strapped to the damper side? I don't think I've ever seen that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grabtindy View Post
    Is that a remote air spring valve on the strapped to the damper side? I don't think I've ever seen that.
    It's not, it's actually a Sram Shockwhiz

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    That is exactly what I sold that same for for this last summer. Fair price.
    GLWS
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    Quote Originally Posted by XtrPickels View Post
    It's not, it's actually a Sram Shockwhiz
    That makes a whole lot more sense. I'd love to dork around w/ one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grabtindy View Post
    That makes a whole lot more sense. I'd love to dork around w/ one of those.
    Itís been interesting to see how different trails affect settings and really reinforced setting the fork up in an iterative process on demanding terrain. Additionally it helped understand changes when I was playing with spacers.

    It was much more useful on the switchblade with the fox 36 and DPX2 than it was on this fork.

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    Im interested, can you please post the steer tube length? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmtroublemaker View Post
    Im interested, can you please post the steer tube length? Thanks!
    Steerer tube is 180mm.
    I do have two local people interested. Will update if it sells

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    Sold-to-tha-iz-old

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