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Why does Fox specify to fix the lever in an upright position, on a Rhythm 34 fork that uses a Through-Axle?

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Asked by: Nate Russell

What does 34 mean on Fox forks?

Step Cast

The Fox 34 offers more travel than the 32 to make it perfect for any all mountain bike. With 34mm upper tubes, the 34 is a great all around fork. There are two chassis models for the Fox 34, the standard 34 with travel options from 120mm-140mm and then the Fox 34SC, stands for Step Cast.

How do you adjust a fox axle?

Quote from video: I'd have to make an adjustment over here on the other side on some of these Fox Forks they have a little dial with numbers you'd have to take off a little 2 millimeter bolt.

How do you tighten a fox floating axle?

Quote from video: Perfect just screw it in with that six millimeter allen key but make sure to leave it loose we're not trying to actually tighten it down right.

How do you adjust a Fox fork?

Set the OPEN mode adjust to 18 clicks out (counter-clockwise until it stops). The 3-Position Micro Adjust lever is useful to make on-the-fly adjustments to control fork performance. Use the positions between the OPEN, MEDIUM, and FIRM modes to fine-tune your compression damping.

What’s the difference between Fox 34 and 36?

Quote from video: So the next one up is the 34.. There you go 34 once again 34 millimeter stanchion diameter. This could go on a trail hardtail which is what this yeti arc.

What do Fox fork numbers mean?

Quote from video: The very basics of the differences in the Fox fork lineup. So you got the 32 34 36 and 40 to start off what are those numbers actually mean that is the diameter of the stanchion.

How do you adjust the rebound on a Fox 38?

Adjusting Rebound

For example, higher air pressures require more rebound damping. Use your air pressure to find your rebound setting. Turn your rebound knob to the closed position (full clockwise) until it stops. Then back it out (counter-clockwise) to the number of clicks shown in the table below.

How do I add volume spacers to Fox 36?

Quote from video: And travel now reinstall the top cap using the flat socket and socket wrench and pump it back up to its original. Pressure that's it that's literally all there is.

How many spacers does Fox 38 have?

Setup of the FOX 38

The FOX 38 is a highly tunable fork featuring 16 clicks of low-speed compression and 8 clicks of high-speed compression, as well as both high- and low-speed rebound adjustment. You can also add volume spacers (up to 6 depending on the travel) to tune the spring rate.

Are thru axles better than quick release?

1. Thru axles are safer– This is probably the biggest benefit for the average cyclist. Thru axles improve safety by making it nearly impossible for the front wheel to come out of the dropouts while you’re moving. The dropouts can’t lift off of the axles vertically because they have holes instead of a u-shaped slots.

How do you adjust the Fox grip 2?

Quote from video: In all the way clockwise. So it's fully max bottomed out and then a click is one notable click outwards counter clockwise before you even take your fork out onto the trail.

How do you service a Fox 36 lower?

Quote from video: But I'm also going to show you how to service the lower legs. And air spring on a Fox. 36. We'll be working on a 2018 fox fork and these are going to be the tools needed for this fork.

Is Fox 36 rhythm a good fork?

As we said of the Fox 36 Rhythm, the Marzocchi Bomber Z1 Air that we have tested is a solid performing fork, and it comes in at a significantly lower price than its higher-end siblings.

What is the difference between Fox 36 rhythm and performance?

Difference between Rhythm and Performance/Elite/Factory is the material used for stanchions and lowers, Rhythm uses the heavier 6000 series aluminum for the lowers, as well as a different airspring that doesn’t have the larger volume negative chamber.

What is the difference between Fox Factory and performance elite?

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What’s the difference between Fox 36 and 38?

By their measurements, Fox says that the 38 fork is “31% stiffer transverse shear, 17% stiffer fore/aft, and 38% torsionally stiffer than the 36.” All that material does make the fork a fair bit heavier, tipping the scale roughly 300g deeper than the 36 that we tested last season.

Is Fox 34 a XC?

With its lighter chassis and improved adjustability, the second generation Fox 34 SC has set a new benchmark for XC riding and racing. Not only is it considerably lighter than its predecessor, the redesigned air spring also offers more adjustability and better support on the trail.

Is Fox 36 rhythm a good fork?

As we said of the Fox 36 Rhythm, the Marzocchi Bomber Z1 Air that we have tested is a solid performing fork, and it comes in at a significantly lower price than its higher-end siblings.

How can I tell what year my Fox fork is?

Registered. If you call the Fox Service number and give them the serial number, they can tell you what year and model the fork is.

Is Kashima coating worth it?

So is it worth getting Kashima Coat? It definitely has some value, so it’s not completely worthless. In general, I believe it is safe to say that it is not worth it on rear shocks, since they generally have low amounts of friction and negligible durability concerns.

How long does a FOX fork last?

Fox recommends that the minimum suspension fork and shock service is 125 hours of use, yearly, or whichever comes first. That is certainly on the longer side of things. Similar to changing the oil in your car, the more frequently you service your suspension, the better the fork will perform for longer.