Foes Hydro Downhill Full Suspension

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Product Description

  • 8.25 inch of Progressive suspension travel
  • 2.3 : 1 Suspension Leverage Ratio
  • Double butted 6061 Alloy Bi-oval down Tube
  • 1.5 Head Tube
  • Foes progressive linkage System
  • 12mm Through Axle with Hanger nut combo

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Hydro disk and front wheel creak

3/4 the way through a ride the other day I start noticing a creaking sound coming from my front wheel. Turns out it is coming from in between the dropouts and the skewer. bought a new skewer thinking that the one I had was possibly dinky and it doesn't seem to fix it. I can get the noise to stop ... Read More »

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