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Fox Suspension 34 Float 150 CTD w/Trail Adjust Forks 2013

Float forks are air mountain bike suspension forks for everything from XC racing to flying at the bike park—super-light and durable.

Specifications:

  • Weight: 2.3 kg (1.5" taper steerer) 15QR (includes axle)
  • Travel: 150 mm
  • Steerer: 1 1/8"-1.5" tapered aluminium
  • Stanchions: Kashima Coat
  • Adjustments: Climb/Trail/Descend (3 positions), Trail adjust tuning range (1, 2, 3), Rebound Adjust
  • Climb Tune: M
  • Spring: Air spring pressure
  • Lowers: 15mm QR lowers

Technologies:

  • CTD: Climb. Trail. Descend. CTD is the integrated ride dynamics system that makes it easy to set up your fork and shock to work together for unprecedented performance in all types of terrain. It's intuitive to use and can be instantly activated while riding. Just select one of three modes — Climb, Trail, or Descend — via a single remote lever or individual component levers. Complementing the CTD system is our new D.O.S.S. height-adjustable seatpost. It features the same three modes — Climb, Trail, and Descend — for the ultimate ride control system.
  • Kashmina Coat: Buttery-smooth, Genuine Kashima Coat's distinctive gold colour is backed by its high performance attributes — properties that provide an exceptionally smooth feel and extreme durability.

Buy Fox Suspension 34 Float 150 CTD Forks 2013 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.

 
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Forks I bought these forks after owning a set of Float 32 FIT RLC because the 32's i found to be too flexy. After a few weeks of riding I can say that that it has been, on the whole, worth the expense as the 34's are much more stiffer boosting my confidence when it comes to ploughing through the ruff stuff! Not only are the Stanchions wider you also get a slightly beefier crown too. Im not a great fan of the CTD system tho, and prefer to be able to better fine tune my compression. These forks also lack the lock out feature - not a massive deal for me - but at this price it seems a bit stingy of fox. Overall quality is Ace tho and proper Kashima coatings look nice compared to the duller pre 2012 version. 03 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing forks I've used these forks on 3 rides now and they have just started to bed in. They are very responsive, great amount of adjustment, and they look fantastic. The CTD is very good however i wish i bough the ones with the lever included, I notice it's an extra £100 for the kit and apparently it's a pain to fit the lever kit to the CTD control.. because of this I tend to leave it in Trail mode on a mid setting rather than bending to switch over everytime. They are expensive but they work well, they are very stiff and cornering has no flex, i prefer the 34 to the 32's i've got on my other bike. I also have DT Swiss 150's and i'm torn between the 2 to be honest. Kashima does tend to get more people asking about your bike, dont know if thats a good or bad thing. 30 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good upgrade Got these for my Orange Five as the 32 140mm were too flexible. These have really stiffened up the front end although I have had to lower the stem height to compensate for the addition in height. Three rides in and the bike has been transformed for the better. Fits nicely between 32 140mm and 36 160mm. 19 April 2014
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I am looking at building a trek ticket s and was wondering wether it would be alright to run these forks at 150? If not could they be lowered to 140?
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The recommended Max fork travel for this frame is 130mm; anything higher would need to be discussed with the manufacturer for how it would affect warranty.
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Hi! I don't think that the course of a fork can be lowered to 140мм, however the necessary course can achieve due to adjustment of settings of a fork - a rebound and compression. I hope that helped.
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Will this fork fit my 2012 Giant Reign2?

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These forks will suit any frame that can run a tapered steerer. Not being a Giant dealer I am unable to confirm the headset standard used on the Reign 2 but I believe the 2012 edition ran tapered forks as standard already, so these should be a straight swap. Your local Giant dealer will be able to give you a definitive answer.
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Hi! Certainly will approach! Installation doesn't represent complexity. Good luck!
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It is an OE item.
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How long is the steerer

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The uncut steerer length on straight and tapered MTB forks runs to 260mm as standard (Road forks are usually around 300mm).
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Will these fit my bike

I have a specialized camber expert 2011 would these forks fit in this bike? The Headset: 1 1/8" upper and lower campy style cartridge bearings for integrated alloy HT. any help would be great
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This fork has a Tapered 1 1/8" to 1 1/2" steerer for which the Camber 2011 is not compatible.
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Made for CRC?

Why does this fork not show up in the 2013 Fox line up?

Is it a CRC specific fork?
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These forks were custom made for a manufacturer to fit to their complete bikes. They may have ordered more than they needed/ not sold as many as they hoped and so they were stored with the supplier who then offered them on to us (which enables us to pass the saving on to you in the form of a large discount).
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Can this be adjusted internally up to 160mm travel?
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These forks have a travel of 150mm and cannot be increased to 160mm.
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Is this fork a TALAS model?

This is in reference to the Fox Float FIT 150 CTD w/Trail Adjust Fork 2103
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No, this fork is part of the FOX Float line.
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I have a 2013 26" orange five with 140mm fox 32. Will i be able to fit these without making any alterations to my set up. What effect will they have if any?
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The extra 10mm of travel will give a plusher ride due to the additional travel and the upgraded damper in turn it will have a minimal impact on the head angle, however the wider diameter stanchions will add more stiffness to the front wheel.
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Real weight ?

hello,
is there any typo for the weight ? 2,3kg seems a bit strong versus the Fox Float 34 160 26 which is 1,9kg.
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I can confirm to you that the weight of 2.3kg is correct, it has been check by our team.
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