Stratos M3 2003 Front Shocks

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MSRP : $425.00


Product Description

The M3 is the entirely new, ultra lightweight, single crown fork created to meet the demands of competitive cross-country racing, as well as the rigors of long weekend expeditions. The Stratos M3 is the ideal fork for riders seeking serious suspension performance in a lightweight package.

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